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  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Chemistry


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Bachelor of Science (B.S.)


Chemistry and Physics Department Progress Requirements


A grade of C or better in all physics courses applied toward the major and the successful completion of the applied physics exit exam are graduation requirements.

A grade of C or better in all biochemistry courses applied toward the major, and the successful completion of the biochemistry exit exam are graduation requirements. If any credit for major or related field courses is transferred from another college, the department may require that it be validated by examination. All minors also require a C or better in each course.

A grade of C or better in all chemistry courses applied toward the major, and the successful completion of the chemistry exit exam are graduation requirements. If any credit for major or related field courses is transferred from another college, the department may require that it be validated by examination.

All minors also require a C or better in each course.

 

Program of Study


General Requirements


Core Areas A, B, C, D.IIA, and E: 42 hours


See listing of requirements. 

Chemistry majors are required to take MATH 1113  in Core Area A and MATH 1161  in Core Area D

Area F: 18 hours


Physical Education: 3 hours


First-Year Seminar: 1 hour


Related Field Course: 4 hours


Electives: 17 hours


  • 14 hours of upper-division courses
  • 3 hours of free electives

Total Semester Hours: 124 hours


Exit Exam


Proper course selection will allow the student to pursue any one of the following degree options

Pre-Graduate Study Option:


Note: PHYS 2211K  and PHYS 2212K  is the recommended physics sequence.

Related Field Courses: 10 hours


Electives: 12 hours


Upper-division courses.

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