Schedule of Required Courses and Electives
Some courses offered by the department are not available every semester. The following document details which courses will be offered each semester through Summer 2013.
Fall 2011-Summer 2013(pdf) (xls)
Accelerated Masters Degree
The FastTrack Master's Degree Program allows students to take on graduate course work while still an undergraduate, allowing you to finish a masters degree in less time than a traditional program.
This form is only appropriate for College of Engineering undergraduate honors students who are applying for the program; who have completed at least 95 credit hours toward their undergraduate degree; and who at the time of application have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.4, based on more than 35 credits earned at Florida Tech.
Minor in Computer Science
A Minor degree in Computer Science requires 21 credits; 15 credits of required coursework plus 6 credits of electives. Please refer to the CS minor flowchart for more details.
CS Minor Flow Chart: (doc) (pdf)
Road to Graduation
These forms are the class requirements for the selected majors based upon your year of entry into the program. The order that classes are taken can be altered.
|Computer Science||Software Engineering|
|2018 - 2019 (doc)||2018 - 2019 (doc)|
|2015 - 2016 (doc) (pdf)||2015 - 2016 (doc) (pdf)|
|2014 - 2015 (doc) (pdf)||2014 - 2015 (doc) (pdf)|
|2013 - 2014 (doc) (pdf)||2013 - 2014 (doc) (pdf)|
|2012 - 2013 (doc) (pdf)||2012 - 2013 (doc) (pdf)|
|2011 - 2012 (doc) (pdf)||2011 - 2012 (doc) (pdf)|
|2010 - 2011 (doc) (pdf)||2010 - 2011 (doc) (pdf)|
|2009 - 2010 (doc) (pdf)||2009 - 2010 (doc) (pdf)|
Restricted Science Electives
Below is a list of pre-approved courses that will satisfy the "Restricted Science Elective" requirement.
|Course Number||Course Title|
|BIO 1010||Biological Discovery 1|
|BIO 1020||Biological Discovery 2|
|BIO 1200||Intro Health Professions|
|BIO 1500||Intro to Aquaculture|
|CHM 1101||General Chemistry 1|
|CHM 1102||General Chemistry 2|
|PHY 1001||Physics 1|
|PHY 1999||Physical Concepts|
|PHY 2002||Physics 2|
|PHY 2003||Modern Physics|
|SPS 1010||Intro to Astronomy|
|SPS 2010||Observational Astronomy|
|SPS 3030||Orbital Mechanics|
Resource List to be addressed
Chemistry Cumulative Exam Dates 2018-2019- Graduate Students (winkelman request)
- Sep 4th
- Oct 2nd
- Nov 6th
- Dec 4th
- Jan 22nd
- Feb 19th
- Mar 19th
- Apr 16th
The Chemistry Department's Safety Manual is found here. Pictures of GHS laboratory hazard labels are found here. Florida Tech's Emergency Preparedness Plan is found here. In that document, response to fires is on page 59, response to chemical or radiological spill/release is on page 62, and response to medical emergency is on page 66.
Students Performing Undergraduate Research
A syllabus for course CHM 4800, Undergraduate Research, can be found here.
Cumes are offered each month in the 2nd floor conference room from 2:30 to 4:30 pm on the dates below. Cume policies are found here.
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) Resources
The OSHA standard 1910.1200 requires that Florida Institute of Technology make Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) accessible to employees at all times. Below is a list of links to Florida Tech's largest chemical suppliers and links to additional MSDS resources. Best practices dictate that chemical users contact the manufacturer for the latest copy of MSDSs.
Check the United States button and enter the product name for a search of chemicals supplied in the United States.
Easily navigated source for many laboratory chemical MSDSs.
MSDSs, 1,300 manufacturers and numerous other MSDS databases.
In the right column under product search, click on the drop down menu and select MSDS. Enter product number (e.g. N5130) in the box immediately under the box displaying MSDS and click "go."
Good source for many MSDSs.
Enter chemical name or catalog number of products distributed by VWR