Semester

The Courses Taught by Dr. Mito

Here is the list of the courses taught by Dr. Mito. You can see the course objectives and download syllabi.


Fall 2008

Organic Chemistry I for Chemistry Major (CHEM3321)

Course Objective:
The first course in a two-part sequence in organic chemistry CHEM3321-3322. This course provides a foundation of organic chemistry, i.e. the understanding of structure, properties, interactions, transformations and nomenclature of organic compounds.
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Spring 2009

Organic Chemistry II for Chemistry Major (CHEM3322)

Course Objective: The second course in a two-part sequence in organic chemistry CHEM 3321-3322. This course provides a foundation of organic chemistry, i.e. the understanding of structure, properties, interactions and reactions of organic compounds. The class works are able to connect organic chemistry to your daily life.

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Fall 2009

Advanced Topics in Organic Chemistry (CHEM4328, 5(6)329)

Course Objective: This course provides an advanced knowledge of organic chemistry, in particular, multi-step synthesis and retrosynthesis. We are also going to learn preparations the chemicals/medicines which we use in our daily life. The class works are able to connect organic reactions to prepare target compounds.
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Spring 2010

Graduate Organic Chemistry Seminar (CHEM5(6)195)

Course Objective: The objectives of this graduate seminar are to promote scientific exchange, particularly in the area of organic chemistry research conducted by graduate students in the Department of Chemistry, and to help students advance in their research by identifying problems and by discussing potential solutions. In addition, this graduate seminar helps students to develop their presentation skills, and they can be better prepared for scientific presentations at conferences and for job interviews.
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Fall 2010

Organic Chemistry I Laboratory for Majors (CHEM3221)

Course Objective: This course provides an introduction to laboratory techniques in organic chemistry (Co-requisite CHEM2321, lecture course of Organic chemistry). This course emphasizes each student's independently learning to manipulate equipment, and to handle, separate, purify and characterize organic compounds. Students will be learning experimental technique in organic chemistry while working with small molecules.
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Spring 2011

Organic Chemistry II Laboratory for Majors (CHEM2222)

Course Objective: This course provides an introduction to laboratory techniques in organic chemistry (Co-requisite CHEM2322, lecture course of Organic chemistry). This course emphasizes each student's independently learning to manipulate equipment, and to handle, separate, purify and characterize organic compounds. Students will be learning experimental technique in organic chemistry while working with small molecules.
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Fall 2011

Organic Chemistry I for Non-majors (CHEM2324)

Course Objective:
The first course in a two-part sequence in organic chemistry CHEM2324-2325. This course provides a foundation of organic chemistry, i.e. the understanding of structure, properties, interactions, transformations and nomenclature of organic compounds.
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Spring 2012

Organic Chemistry II for Non-majors (CHEM2325)

Course Objective:
The first course in a two-part sequence in organic chemistry CHEM2324-2325. This course provides a foundation of organic chemistry, i.e. the understanding of structure, properties, interactions and reactions of organic compounds. The class works are able to connect organic chemistry to our daily life.
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Fall 2012

Contemporary Topics in Organic Chemistry (CHEM5(6)329)

Course Objective:
This course is for graduate students. This course provides an advanced knowledge of organic chemistry, in particular, multi-step synthesis and retrosynthesis. We are also going to learn preparations the chemicals/medicines which we are using in our daily life.
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Organic Chemistry I Laboratory for CHEM 2324 (for Non-Majors) (CHEM2124)

Course Objective: This course provides an introduction to laboratory techniques in organic chemistry (Co-requisite CHEM2324, lecture course of Organic chemistry). This course emphasizes each student's independently learning to manipulate equipment, and to handle, separate, purify and characterize organic compounds. Students will be learning experimental technique in organic chemistry while working with small molecules.
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Spring 2013

Organic Chemistry II Laboratory for Majors (CHEM2222)

Course Objective: This course provides an introduction to laboratory techniques in organic chemistry (Co-requisite CHEM2322, lecture course of Organic chemistry). This course emphasizes each student's independently learning to manipulate equipment, and to handle, separate, purify and characterize organic compounds. Students will be learning experimental technique in organic chemistry while working with small molecules.
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Fall 2013

Organic Chemistry I for Chemistry Major (CHEM2321)

Course Objective:
The first course in a two-part sequence in organic chemistry CHEM2321-2322. This course provides a foundation of organic chemistry, i.e. the understanding of structure, properties, interactions, transformations and nomenclature of organic compounds.
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Spring 2014

Organic Chemistry II for Chemistry Major (CHEM2322)

Course Objective: The second course in a two-part sequence in organic chemistry CHEM 2321-2322. This course provides a foundation of organic chemistry, i.e. the understanding of structure, properties, interactions and reactions of organic compounds. The class works are able to connect organic chemistry to your daily life.
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Fall 2014

Advanced Topics in Organic Chemistry (CHEM4328)

Course Objective: This course provides an advanced knowledge of organic chemistry, in particular, multi-step synthesis and retrosynthesis. You are going to learn preparations chemicals/medicines which we are using in our daily life. You will also learn how to use online library resources to find right reactions.
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