Degrees and Programs

  • The BS degree in chemistry is recommended in preparation for graduate study leading to research oriented careers in chemistry, professional applications of chemistry, or post-secondary education.

  • The BS degree in chemistry, biochemistry emphasis, is recommended for students preparing for careers in medicine or dentistry as well as graduate study, research or teaching biochemistry, molecular biology, or biotechnology.
  • The BA degree is the preferred degree for high school teaching, pre-paramedical fields, and some business applications.

 

Course Schedule

BA Chemistry Teaching Licensure
2012-13   | 2013-14  | 2014-15  | 2015-16 | 2016-17 | 2017-18

BA Chemistry
2012-13   | 2013-14  | 2014-15  | 2015-16 | 2016-17 | 2017-18

BS Biochemistry
2012-13   | 2013-14  | 2014-15  | 2015-16 | 2016-17 | 2017-18

BS Chemistry
2012-13   | 2013-14   | 2014-15  | 2015-16 | 2016-17 | 2017-18

Freshman Year Sequence All Majors 
2012-13  | 2013-14   | 2014-15  | 2015-16 | 2016-17 | 2017-18

 

BA Chemistry

Core 
  • CHEM 151-152—General Chemistry
  • CHEM 311-312—Organic Chemistry
  • CHEM 315—Quantitative Analysis
  • CHEM 385—Chemistry Seminar
  • CHEM 411—Physical Chemistry I (W)
  • CHEM 496—Introduction to Research (W)
  • CHEM 498—Research in Chemistry
  • Chemistry Electives (3 Hours)
Cognates 
  • MATH 191—Calculus I
  • MATH 192—Calculus II OR MATH 215—Statistics
  • PHYS 211-212—General Physics OR PHYS 221-222—University Physics
  • PHYS 213-214—General Physics Lab OR PHYS 223-224—University Physics Lab

BS Chemistry

Core 
  • CHEM 151-152—General Chemistry
  • CHEM 311-312—Organic Chemistry
  • CHEM 315—Quantitative Analysis
  • CHEM 321—Instrumental Analysis
  • CHEM 361—Biochemistry I
  • CHEM 385—Chemistry Seminar
  • CHEM 411—Physical Chemistry I (W)
  • CHEM 415—Physical Chemistry II
  • CHEM 435—Inorganic Chemistry
  • CHEM 496— Introduction to Research (W)
  • CHEM 498 —Research in Chemistry
Cognates 
  • MATH 191—Calculus I
  • MATH 192—Calculus II
  • MATH 315—Differential Equations
  • PHYS 221-222—University Physics
  • PHYS 223-224—University Physics Lab

BS Chemistry, Biochemistry Emphasis

Core
  • CHEM 151-152—General Chemistry
  • CHEM 311-312—Organic Chemistry
  • CHEM 315—Quantitative Analysis
  • CHEM 361-362—Biochemistry I & II
  • CHEM 363—Biochemistry Lab
  • CHEM 385—Chemistry Seminar
  • CHEM 411Physical Chemistry I (W)
  • CHEM 496—Introduction to Research (W)
  • CHEM 498—Research in Chemistry
  • Chemistry Electives (3 Hours)
  • BIOL 311—Genetics
Cognates 
  • BIOL 151-152—General Biology
  • MATH 191—Calculus I
  • MATH 192—Calculus II OR MATH 215—Statistics
  • PHYS 211-212—General Physics OR PHYS221-222—University Physics
  • PHYS 213-214—General Physics Lab OR PHYS 223-224—University Physics Lab
  • BIOL340—Immunology OR BIOL412—Cell and Molecular Biology OR BIOL418—Animal Physiology


BA Chemistry, Teaching Licensure

Core 
  • CHEM 151-152—General Chemistry
  • CHEM 311-312—Organic Chemistry
  • CHEM 315—Quantitative Analysis
  • CHEM 361—Biochemistry I
  • CHEM 363—Biochemistry Lab
  • CHEM 385—Chemistry Seminar
  • CHEM 411Physical Chemistry I (W)
  • CHEM 496—Introduction to Research (W)
  • CHEM 498—Research in Chemistry
Cognates
  • MATH 191—Calculus I
  • MATH 192—Calculus II OR MATH 215—Statistics
  • BIOL 151—General Biology
  • PHYS 211-212—General Physics ORPHYS 221-222—University Physics
  • PHYS 213-214—General Physics Lab OR PHYS 223-224—University Physics Lab
  • RELT 317—Issues in Physical Science & Religion


Endorsement for Teaching Licensure

Required 

  • CHEM 151-152—General Chemistry
  • CHEM 311-312—Organic Chemistry
  • Upper Division Chemistry (4 hours)