Degree Requirements | Chemistry (B.S.)

No Concentration

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Curriculum in Chemistry

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (No Concentration)

General Education Requirements
Course Name/ # Credit Hours  Course Name/#  Credit Hours
English    PHYS 1062  3
ENGL 1157 3  Humanities  
ENGL 1158 or 115910 3  Humanities Electives1  6
Mathematics    Literature  3
MATH 21142,4 4  Social Sciences  
MATH 21242,4 4  Social Sciences Elective1 
Science    Arts  
BIOS 1083 3  Arts elective1 3
PHYS 1061 3    
    Total 39
Other Requirements
Course Name/ # Credit Hours  Course Name/#  Credit Hours
Approved MATH Elective5 3  CHEM 2017  1
BIOS 1081 1  CHEM 2025  3
BIOS 2114 4  CHEM 2117  3
CHEM 1000 1  CHEM 2217  3
CHEM 1007 1  Computer Programming Elective9  3
CHEM 1008 1  PHYS 10637  1
CHEM 1017 3  PHYS 10658  1
CHEM 1018 3  General Electives  17
    Total 513
Course Requirements for Major
Course Name/ # Credit Hours  Course Name/#  Credit Hours
CHEM 2000  1  CHEM 3411  3
CHEM 3018  3  CHEM 4000  0
CHEM 3027  3  Advanced Chemistry Elective6  3
CHEM 3094  4  Advanced Chemistry Elective6  3
CHEM 3218  1  Advanced Chemistry Elective6  3
CHEM 3310  3  Advanced Chemistry Elective6  3
    Total 30
Total Credit Hours Required Credit Hours
  120
Additional Requirement
Minimum grade of C in all science courses (BIOS, CHEM, CSCI, EES, MATH, PHYS, PSYC)

This degree program is approved by the American Chemical Society (ACS). The department is authorized to certify that graduating students have completed a bachelor's degree meeting the ACS guidelines.

  1. Check General Education Courses to confirm what courses fulfill this requirement.
  2. 6 credits of Math satisfy the general education requirements.
  3. Includes 2 credits of Math listed in General Education Requirements section.
  4. Completion of MATH 2107, 2108 and 2 credits of general electives fulfills the requirement for MATH 2114, 2124. Completion of Math 2111 , MATH 2112 and 1 credit of general electives fulfills all the math requirements for the BS degree.
  5. Must be taken from the following: MATH 2134 , 2314, 3511. MATH 1125 and 1126 may be used as general elective hours.
  6. Must be taken from the following: CHEM 3096, 3110, 3610, 3710, 4110, 4210, 4310, 4311, 4410, 4510, 4511; BIOS 4103, 4113, 4153, 4173, 4334, 4490 (approval required); 4713; EES 4115; 3 cr. hr. must be at the 4000 level.
  7. PHYS 1033 can be used to replace PHYS 1063.
  8. PHYS 1034 can be used to replace PHYS 1065.
  9. The programming requirement can be fulfilled by CSCI 1201, 1203, 1205, 1581/1583 or CHEM 2310.
  10. "C" or better required.