B.S. in Chemistry
CHEM1201, CHEM1202 General Chemistry I, II and CHEM1203, CHEM1204 General Chemistry Laboratory I, II will be waived for students who achieve a satisfactory score on the Advanced Placement Chemistry Test. These students will register for CHEM2261, CHEM2262 Organic Chemistry I, II and CHEM2263, CHEM2264 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I, II and will elect a two-semester sequence in advanced chemistry electives in their seventh and eighth semesters.
Prerequisites: elementary and intermediate algebra, plane geometry, trigonometry and one unit each of chemistry and physics.
|1st Semester||(16 credits)|
BIOL1251 General Biology I
|2nd semester||(16 credits)|
BIOL1252 General Biology II
|3rd Semester||(15 credits)|
|4th Semester||(15 credits)|
|5th Semester||(14 credits)|
|6th Semester||(17 credits)|
|7th Semester||(16 credits)|
|8th Semester||(14 credits)|
1HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVES: Include courses in Social Sciences, History, Philosophy or Foreign Language at an intermediate level or above. (Foreign language is recommended for students intending to go to graduate school.)
2FREE ELECTIVES: May be chosen from any courses offered at the University after consultation with an advisor, but may include no more than six credits of 1000-level biology courses. (Student may not take BIOL1101 -1102.)
3ADVANCED MATHEMATICS COURSE: select one course, three credits, from the following: MATH2203 Calculus III 3 credits MATH2337 Applied Statistics for Scientists 3 credits
4SCIENCE ELECTIVES: Any upper-level (3000 or 4000) undergraduate or graduate science course or Independent Study.
5ETHICAL AND MORAL ANALYSIS: Students must take BIOL4405 Ethics in Science to satisfy this requirement.
6ORAL COMMUNICATION: Requirements consist of a three-credit Speech course.
A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation.