Major in Chemistry

Students must take the following courses:

  • CHEM 1213: General Inorganic Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1211: General Inorganic Chemistry I Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1223: General Inorganic Chemistry II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1221: General Inorganic Chemistry II Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2110: Organic Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2111: Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2120: Organic Chemistry II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2121: Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2310: Quantitative Analysis (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2311: Applications of Quantitative Analysis (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3410: Physical Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3320 or CHEM 3730 (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3123: Organic Spectral Analysis (C or higher)

*Students must take two additional electives from any chemistry (CHEM), biology (BIOL), physics (PHYS), or mathematics (MATH) courses numbered above 3000.

  • CHEM/BIOL/PHYS/MATH 3/4### (C or higher)
  • CHEM/BIOL/PHYS/MATH 3/4### (C or higher)

*Students pursuing a B.S. degree with a major in chemistry must satisfy two of their additional degree requirements with College Physics I with lab (PHYS 1203/1201) and II with lab (PHYS 1213/1211) or General Physics I with lab (PHYS 1003/1001) and II with lab (PHYS 1013/1011).

Students must complete the senior seminar and a comprehensive exam in their major:

  • Comprehensive Exam
  • CHEM 4900: Literature of Chemistry (C or higher)

Major in Chemistry, American Chemical Society General Track

Students must take these Introductory courses:

  • CHEM 1213: General Inorganic Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1211: General Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1223: General Inorganic Chemistry II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1221: General Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory II (C or higher)

Students must take these Foundation courses:

  • CHEM 2110: Organic Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2111: Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2310: Quantitative Analysis (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2311: Applications of Quantitative Analysis (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3210: Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3410: Physical Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3610: Biochemistry I (C or higher)

Students must complete this Math course:

  • MATH 2230: Analytical Geometry and Calculus II

Students must complete one path below. Choose Option 1 or Option 2. Option 1 Path:

  • PHYS 1203: College Physics I (C or higher)
  • PHYS 1201: College Physics with Laboratory I (C or higher)
  • PHYS 1213: College Physics II (C or higher)
  • PHYS 1211: College Physics with Laboratory II (C or higher)

Option 2 Path:

  • PHYS 2003: General Physics I (C or higher)
  • PHYS 2001: General Physics with Laboratory I (C or higher)
  • PHYS 2013: General Physics II (C or higher)
  • PHYS 2011: General Physics II with Laboratory (C or higher)

Students must complete the General Track In-Depth courses:

  • CHEM 2120: Organic Chemistry II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2121: Organic Chemistry Laboratory II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3123: Organic Spectral Analysis (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3320 or CHEM 3730 (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3420: Physical Chemistry II (C or higher)

Students must take two additional electives from any chemistry (CHEM), biology (BIOL), physics (PHYS), or mathematics (MATH) courses numbered above 3000.

  • CHEM/BIOL/PHYS/MATH 3/4### (C or higher)
  • CHEM/BIOL/PHYS/MATH 3/4### (C or higher)

Students must complete a comprehensive exam in their major and the senior seminar:

  • Comprehensive Exam
  • CHEM 4900: Literature of Chemistry (C or higher)

Major in Chemistry, American Chemical Society Biochemistry Track

Students must take these Introductory courses:

  • CHEM 1213: General Inorganic Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1211: General Inorganic Chemistry I Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1223: General Inorganic Chemistry II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1221: General Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory II (C or higher)

Students must take these Foundation courses:

  • CHEM 2110: Organic Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2111: Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2310: Quantitative Analysis (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2311: Applications of Quantitative Analysis (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3210: Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3410: Physical Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3610: Biochemistry I (C or higher)

Students must complete this Math course:

  • MATH 2230: Analytical Geometry and Calculus II

Students must complete one path below. Choose Option 1 or Option 2.

Option 1 Path:

  • PHYS 1203: College Physics I (C or higher)
  • PHYS 1201: College Physics with Laboratory I (C or higher)
  • PHYS 1213: College Physics II (C or higher)
  • PHYS 1211: College Physics with Laboratory II (C or higher)

Option 2 Path:

  • PHYS 2003: General Physics I (C or higher)
  • PHYS 2001: General Physics with Laboratory I (C or higher)
  • PHYS 2013: General Physics II (C or higher)
  • PHYS 2011: General Physics with Laboratory II (C or higher)

Students must complete the Biochemistry Track In-Depth courses:

Students must take these courses:

  • CHEM 2120: Organic Chemistry II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2121: Organic Chemistry Laboratory II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3621: Biomolecular Research Methods III – Biochemical Analysis (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3623: Biochemistry II (C or higher)

Students must choose one course from the following:

  • BIOL 3300: Molecular Cell Biology with Laboratory (C or higher)
  • BIOL 3530: Molecular Genetics and Genomics with Laboratory (C or higher)

Students must choose one course from the following:

  • CHEM 3320: Instrumental Analysis (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3730: Environmental Chemistry (C or higher)

Students must take one additional elective, of student choice, from any chemistry (CHEM), biol- ogy (BIOL), physics (PHYS), or mathematics (MATH) courses numbered 3000 or above.

  • CHEM/BIOL/PHYS/MATH 3/4### (C or higher)

Students must complete a comprehensive exam and senior seminar in their major:

  • Comprehensive Exam
  • CHEM 4900: Literature in Chemistry (C or higher)

Major in Chemistry, American Chemical Society Organic Track

Students must take these Introductory courses:

  • CHEM 1213: General Inorganic Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1211: General Inorganic Chemistry I Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1223: General Inorganic Chemistry II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1221: General Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory II (C or higher)

Students must take these Foundation courses:

  • CHEM 2110: Organic Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2111: Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2310: Quantitative Analysis (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2311: Applications of Quantitative Analysis (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3210: Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3410: Physical Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3610: Biochemistry I (C or higher)

Students must complete this Math course:

  • MATH 2230: Analytical Geometry and Calculus II

Students must complete one path from the below. Choose Option 1 or Option 2.

Option 1 Path:

  • PHYS 1203: College Physics I (C or higher)
  • PHYS 1201: College Physics with Laboratory I (C or higher)
  • PHYS 1213: College Physics II (C or higher)
  • PHYS 1211: College Physics with Laboratory II (C or higher)

Option 2 Path:

  • PHYS 2003: General Physics I (C or higher)
  • PHYS 2001: General Physics with Laboratory I (C or higher)
  • PHYS 2013: General Physics II (C or higher)
  • PHYS 2011: General Physics with Laboratory II (C or higher)

Students must complete the Organic Track In-Depth courses:

  • CHEM 2120: Organic Chemistry II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2121: Organic Chemistry Laboratory II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3123: Organic Spectral Analysis (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3320 or CHEM 3730
  • CHEM 3110: Advanced Organic Chemistry (C or higher)

Students must take two additional electives from any chemistry (CHEM), biology (BIOL), physics (PHYS), or mathematics (MATH) courses numbered above 3000.

  • CHEM/BIOL/PHYS/MATH 3/4### (C or higher)
  • CHEM/BIOL/PHYS/MATH 3/4### (C or higher)

Students must complete a comprehensive exam and senior seminar in their major:

  • Comprehensive Exam
  • CHEM 4900: Literature of Chemistry (C or higher)

Major in Biochemistry

Students must take the following courses:

  • CHEM 1213: General Inorganic Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1211: General Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1223: General Inorganic Chemistry II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1221: General Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2110: Organic Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2111: Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2120: Organic Chemistry II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2121: Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2310: Quantitative Analysis (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3410: Physical Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • BIOL 1000: Introductory Cell Biology with Laboratory (C or higher)
  • BIOL 1020: General Zoology with Laboratory (C or higher)
  • BIOL 2000: Genetics (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3610: Biochemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3623: Biochemistry II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 3621: Biomolecular Research Methods III – Biochemical Analysis (C or higher)

Students must choose one Molecular course to take from the following:

  • BIOL 3300: Molecular Cell Biology with Laboratory (C or higher)
  • BIOL 3530: Molecular Genetics and Geonomics with Laboratory (C or higher)

*Students must take two additional electives for a total of 8-credits from any chemistry (CHEM), biology (BIOL), physics (PHYS), or mathematics (MATH) courses numbered above 3000.

  • CHEM/BIOL/PHYS/MATH 3/4### (C or higher)
  • CHEM/BIOL/PHYS/MATH 3/4### (C or higher)

*Students pursuing a B.S. degree with a major in biochemistry must satisfy two of their additional degree requirements with College Physics I with lab (PHYS 1203/1201) and II with lab (PHYS 1213/1211) or General Physics I with lab (PHYS 2003/2001) and II with lab (PHYS 2013/2011).

Students must complete the senior seminar and a comprehensive exam in their major:

  • Comprehensive Exam
  • CHEM 4900: Literature of Chemistry (C or higher)

Minor in Chemistry

Students must complete the following courses:

  • CHEM 1213: General Inorganic Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1211: General Inorganic Chemistry I Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1223: General Inorganic Chemistry II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 1221: General Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2110: Organic Chemistry I (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2111: Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2120: Organic Chemistry II (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2121: Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (C or higher)
  • CHEM 2/3###: Student choice of 2000-level or above; must be 4 credit hours) (C or higher)