Chemistry 205Lxg:

Chemical Forensics: The Science, and Its Impact (4.0 units)

Scientific principles underlying forensic approaches to the investigation of crimes and its societal impact on law, culture and media. Not available for major credit.
  • General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
  • Note: Register for lecture-discussion and one lab
SectionSessionTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
17348R060Lecture12:00-12:50pmMWF155 of 162Thomas Bertolini,Jasmine BryantONLINEnotesession dates
17350R060Lab12:00-1:50pmTuesday
18 of 18
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17352R060Lab12:00-1:50pmThursday15 of 18ONLINEsession dates
17354R060Lab2:00-3:50pmTuesday17 of 18ONLINEsession dates
17356R060Lab2:00-3:50pmWednesday17 of 18ONLINEsession dates
17358R060Lab2:00-3:50pmThursday
18 of 18
ONLINEsession dates
17360R060Lab2:00-3:50pmFriday
18 of 18
ONLINEsession dates
17362R060Lab4:00-5:50pmTuesday
18 of 18
ONLINEsession dates
17364R060Lab4:00-5:50pmWednesday
18 of 18
ONLINEsession dates
17366R060Lab4:00-5:50pmThursday16 of 18ONLINEsession dates
Information accurate as of June 19, 2021 11:31 am.
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