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Undergraduate Catalog 2009-2011 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2009-2011 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Chemistry Major, BS


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Courses for the Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry


Freshman


Sophomore


Junior


Senior


Total Hours: 122 Semester Hours


(GE) General Education Core Requirements

a. A student’s enrollment into MAT 2317 (Calculus I) is dependent upon their performance on the Math placement exam. Some students may need to take one or all of the following courses to meet the pre-requisites for Calculus I: MAT 1311 (College Math), MAT 1312 (Pre-Calculus I), MAT 1313 (Pre-Calculus II).

b. Of the 26 elective credit hours, students must select at least 10 credit hours which are at or above the 3000 level in order to meet the University’s graduation requirement (A minimum of 40 credit hours at or above the 3000 level).

Courses for the Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry with a pre-health professional concentration


Freshman


Sophomore


Junior


Senior


Total Hours: 120-121 Semester Hours


(GE) General Education Core Requirements

a. A student’s enrollment into MAT 2317 (Calculus I) is dependent upon their performance on the Math placement exam. Some students may need to take one or all of the following courses to meet the pre-requisites for Calculus I: MAT 1311 (College Math), MAT 1312 (Pre-Calculus I), MAT 1313 (Pre-Calculus II).

b. The calculus-based courses Principles of Physics I (PHY 3331/PHY 3131) and Principles of Physics II (PHY 3332/PHY 3132) can be taken to satisfy these requirements.

Courses for the Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry; ACS Certified


Freshman


Sophomore


Junior


Senior


Spring Semester (12)


  • CHE 3241 - Seminar
  • Social Science Elective (3) (GE)

  • Free Elective (3)

  • Advanced Chemistry Electivec (3)

Total Hours: 120 Semester Hours


(GE) General Education Core Requirements

a. A student’s enrollment into MAT 2317 (Calculus I) is dependent upon their performance on the Math placement exam. Some students may need to take one or all of the following courses to meet the pre-requisites for Calculus I: MAT 1311 (College Math), MAT 1312 (Pre-Calculus I), MAT 1313 (Pre-Calculus II).

b. A minimum of 7 hours of Advanced Chemistry courses is required. To be selected from: CHE 4314 – Quantum Mechanics; CHE 4315 – Adv. Analytical Chemistry; CHE 4316 – Adv. Organic Chemistry; CHE 4317 – Adv. Inorganic Chemistry; CHE 4347 – Biochemistry II; CHE 4415 – Senior Research

c. CHE 4415 is required of all ACS track Chemistry majors and counts toward the Advanced Chemistry course requirement. It is recommended that students take this course over a period of two semesters.
 

Courses for the Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry with a biochemistry concentration; ACS Certified


Freshman


Sophomore


Junior


Senior


Total Hours: 123 Semester Hours


 (GE) General Education Core Requirements

a. A student’s enrollment into MAT 2317 (Calculus I) is dependent upon their performance on the Math placement exam. Some students may need to take one or all of the following courses to meet the pre-requisites for Calculus I: MAT 1311 (College Math), MAT 1312 (Pre-Calculus I), MAT 1313 (Pre-Calculus II).

b. A minimum of 7 hours of Advanced Chemistry courses is required. To be selected from: CHE 4314 – Quantum Mechanics; CHE 4315 – Adv. Analytical Chemistry; CHE 4316 – Adv. Organic Chemistry; CHE 4317 – Adv. Inorganic Chemistry; CHE 4347 – Biochemistry II; CHE 4415 – Senior Research

c. CHE 4415 is required of all ACS track Chemistry majors and counts toward the Advanced Chemistry course requirement. It is recommended that students take this course over a period of two semesters.
 

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