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||(14 credits)|
|7th Semester||(16 credits)|
|8th Semester||(14 credits)|
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
WRITTEN COMMUNICATION: ENWR1101 and 1102 will satisfy this requirement.
QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS: MATH 1201 and 2202 will satisfy this requirement.
1HUMANITIES: Take six credits of any course that has the prefix ENGL, HIST, HUMN, LANG, PHIL, or RELI, or the following ART courses: ART1103, 1107, 1108, 1120, 1131, 1133, 1135, 1136, 1137, 2137, and 2238. Courses may be within the same discipline or different disciplines, but either way at least one course must be at the 2000 level or above.
2SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES: Take three credits of coursework in COMM, CRIM, POLS, PSYC or SOCI.
3ETHICAL AND MORAL ANALYSIS: Students must take BIOL4405 Ethics in Science to satisfy this requirement.
4SPEECH/PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION: Requirements consist of a three-credit Speech course.
ART AND CULTURE: This requirement is waived as it will be satisfied by UNIV2002 Global Issues.
SCIENTIFIC ANALYSIS: This requirement will be satisfied by BIOL1251 and 1252.
5FREE ELECTIVES: May be chosen from any courses offered at the University after consultation with an advisor (student may not take BIOL1101 -1102). (Foreign language is recommended for students intending to go to graduate school.)
6ADVANCED MATHEMATICS COURSE: select one course, three credits, from the following: MATH2203 Calculus III (3 credits)
MATH2337 Applied Statistics for Scientists (3 credits)
7SCIENCE ELECTIVES: Any upper-level (3000 or 4000) undergraduate or graduate science course or Independent Study.
A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation.