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School of Sciences - Chemistry - Degrees



Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry requires the completion of 78 hours of coursework consisting of the following courses:

CHM 23000  General Chemistry 1 (3)
CHM 23100  General Chemistry 2 (3)
CHM 23200  General Chemistry 3 (3)
CHM 24100  General Chemistry 2 Lab (1)
CHM 24200  General Chemistry 3 Lab (1)
CHM 30000  Intro to Chemistry Lit. (1)
CHM 35500  Analytical Chemistry (4)
CHM 36100  Organic Chemistry I (4)
CHM 36200  Organic Chemistry II (4)
CHM 45500  Instrumental Analysis (4)
CHM 44000  Inorganic Chemistry (3)
CHM 47100  Physical Chemistry I (3)
CHM 47200  Physical Chemistry II (3)
CHM 47300  Physical Chemistry Lab (2)
CHM 48500  Chemistry Seminar (1)

Also required:
BIO  25100  General Biology I (4)
MTH 24100  Statistics for Natural Sciences (3)
MTH 27100  Calculus I (5)
MTH 27200  Calculus II (5)
MTH 30300  Calculus III (5)
PHY 30100  General Physics I (4)
PHY 30200  General Physics II (4)


Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry

The Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry requires the completion of up to 52 hours of coursework consisting of the following courses:

CHM 23000  General Chemistry 1 (3)
CHM 23100  General Chemistry 2 (3)
CHM 23200  General Chemistry 3 (3)
CHM 24100  General Chemistry 2 Lab (1)
CHM 24200  General Chemistry 3 Lab (1)
CHM 35500  Analytical Chemistry (4)
CHM 36100  Organic Chemistry I (4)
CHM 36200  Organic Chemistry II (4)
CHM 45500  Instrumental Analysis (4)
  OR
CHM 47100  Physical Chemistry I (3)
CHM 48500  Chemistry Seminar (1)
and three credits of Chemistry electives numbered 30000 or above

Also required:
MTH 24100  Statistics for Natural Sciences (3)
MTH 27100  Calculus I (5)
MTH 27200  Calculus II (5)
PHY 25100  Introductory Physics I (4)
and PHY 25200  Introductory Physics II (4)
  OR
PHY 30100  General Physics I (4)
and PHY 30200  General Physics II (4)

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Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with Concentration in Biochemistry

The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with concentration in biochemistry requires the completion of 73 hours of coursework consisting of the following courses:

CHM 23000  General Chemistry 1 (3)
CHM 23100  General Chemistry 2 (3)
CHM 23200  General Chemistry 3 (3)
CHM 24100  General Chemistry 2 Lab (1)
CHM 24200  General Chemistry 3 Lab (1)
CHM 30000  Intro to Chemistry Lit. (1)
CHM 35500  Analytical Chemistry (4)
CHM 36100  Organic Chemistry I (4)
CHM 36200  Organic Chemistry II (4)
CHM 45500  Instrumental Analysis (4)
CHM 42100  Biochemistry: Structure & Mechanism (4)
CHM 42200  Biochemistry: Metabolism (4)
CHM 47100  Physical Chemistry I (4)
CHM 48500  Chemistry Seminar (1)

Also required:
BIO 25100   General Biology I (4)
BIO 25200   General Biology II (4)
BIO 40400   Cell Biology (4)
MTH 24100  Statistics for Natural Sciences (3)
MTH 27100  Calculus I (5)
MTH 27200  Calculus II (5)
PHY 25100  Introductory Physics I (4)
and PHY 25200  Introductory Physics II (4)
  OR
PHY 30100  General Physics I (4)
and PHY 30200, General Physics II (4)

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Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry with a Concentration in Forensics

The Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry with a concentration in forensics prepares students for careers in forensic or other laboratory analysis positions. The degree requires up to 79 credit hours of coursework:

CHM 23000  General Chemistry 1 (3)
CHM 23100  General Chemistry 2 (3)
CHM 23200  General Chemistry 3 (3)
CHM 24100  General Chemistry 2 Lab (1)
CHM 24200  General Chemistry 3 Lab (1)
CHM 31100  Applications in Forensic Science (3)
CHM 35500  Analytical Chemistry (4)
CHM 36100  Organic Chemistry I (4)
CHM 36200  Organic Chemistry II (4)
CHM 45500  Instrumental Analysis (4)
CHM 48000  Chemistry Internship (3-6)
CHM 48500  Chemistry Seminar (1)

Also required:
MTH 17000  Survey Calculus (3)
MTH 24100  Statistics for Natural Sciences (3)
BIO 25100  General Biology I (4)
BIO 22700  Human A&P I (4)
BIO 22800  Human A&P II (4)
PHY 25100  Intro to Physics I (4)
PHY 25200  Intro to Physics II (4)
ART 18100  Intro to Photography (3)
CJ 10100  Criminology (3)
CJ 21000  Criminal Justice Systems (3)
CJ 30100  Criminal Procedure (3)
CJ 31000  Criminal Law (3)
CJ 33100  Criminal Investigations (3)

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Minor in Chemistry

The minor in chemistry requires the completion of 22 hours of coursework consisting of the following courses:

CHM 23000  General Chemistry 1 (3)
CHM 23100  General Chemistry 2 (3)
CHM 23200  General Chemistry 3 (3)
CHM 24100  General Chemistry 2 Lab (1)
CHM 24200  General Chemistry 3 Lab (1)
CHM 35500  Analytical Chemistry (4)
CHM 36100  Organic Chemistry I (4)
and three or more 30000 level chemistry course credits

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Unified Science degree with a Chemistry Endorsement

The unified science degree with a chemistry endorsement requires the following courses:

CHM 11100  Environmental Science (3)
CHM 23000  General Chemistry 1 (3)
CHM 23100  General Chemistry 2 (3)
CHM 23200  General Chemistry 3 (3)
CHM 24100  General Chemistry 2 Lab (1)
CHM 24200  General Chemistry 3 Lab (1)
CHM 35500  Analytical Chemistry (4)
CHM 36100  Organic Chemistry I (4)
CHM 36200  Organic Chemistry II (4)
CHM 47100  Physical Chemistry I (3)
CHM 48500  Chemistry Seminar (1)

Also required:
MTH 24100  Statistics for Natural Science(3)
MTH 27100  Calculus I (5)
MTH 27200  Calculus II (5)
BIO 25100  General Biology I (4)
BIO 25200  General Biology II (4)
BIO 36200  Advanced Environmental Biology (4)
PHY 25100  Introductory Physics I (4) 
and PHY 25200  Introductory Physics II (4) 
  OR
PHY 30100  General Physics I (4)
and PHY 30200  General Physics II (4)
ESC 10000  Physical Geology (4)
ESC 11000  Introduction to Meteorology (4)
SCI 21200  History of Science (3) 
  OR
PHL 26500 Philosophy of Science (3)

Required education courses:
EDU 11000  Orientation to Education (3)
EDU 20200  Psychology of Teaching and Learning (3)
EDU 21500  PRAXIS II-Foliotek Seminar for Teacher Education (0)
EDU 21500  PRAXIS II-Foliotek Seminar for Teacher Education (0)
EDU 30400  Measurement and Evaluation to Enhance Learning (3)
EDU 30700  Teaching Reading in the Content Area (3)
EDU 32000  History and Philosophy of Education (3)
EDU 32100  Middle/High School Classroom Teaching & Mgt (3)
EDU 33000  Methods of Teaching Science (3)
EDU 34100  Education of the Exceptional Child (3)
EDU 38000  Pre-Student Teaching Practicum (1)
EDU 41000  Student Teaching (12)

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Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry with Certification in Education

The Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry with certification in education requires the completion of up to 98 hours of coursework:

CHM 23000  General Chemistry 1 (3)
CHM 23100  General Chemistry 2 (3)
CHM 23200  General Chemistry 3 (3)
CHM 24100  General Chemistry 2 Lab (1)
CHM 24200  General Chemistry 3 Lab (1)
CHM 35500  Analytical Chemistry (4)
CHM 36100  Organic Chemistry I (4)
CHM 36200  Organic Chemistry II (4)
CHM 45500  Instrumental Analysis (4)
  OR
CHM 47100  Physical Chemistry I (3),
CHM 48500  Chemistry Seminar (1),
and three credits of chemistry electives numbered 30000 or above

Also required:
MTH 24100  Statistics for Natural Sciences (3)
MTH 27100  Calculus I (5)
MTH 27200  Calculus II (5)
PHY 25100  Introductory Physics I (4)
and PHY 25200  Introductory Physics II (4)
  OR
PHY 30100  General Physics I (4)
and PHY 30200  General Physics II (4)
SCI 21200  History of Science (3)
  OR
PHL 26500 Philosophy of Science (3)

Required education courses:
EDU 11000  Orientation to Education (3)
EDU 20200  Psychology of Teaching and Learning (3)
EDU 21500  PRAXIS II-Foliotek Seminar for Teacher Education (0)
EDU 30400  Measurement and Evaluation to Enhance Learning (3)
EDU 30700  Teaching Reading in the Content Area (3)
EDU 32000  History and Philosophy of Education (3)
EDU 32100  Middle/High school Classroom Teaching & Mgt (3)
EDU 33000  Methods of Teaching Science (3)
EDU 34100  Education of the Exceptional Child (3)
EDU 38000  Pre-Student Teaching Practicum (1)
EDU 41000  Student Teaching (12)

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Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with Certification in Education

The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with certification in education requires the completion of 113 hours of coursework consisting of the following:

CHM 23000  General Chemistry 1 (3)
CHM 23100  General Chemistry 2 (3)
CHM 23200  General Chemistry 3 (3)
CHM 24100  General Chemistry 2 Lab (1)
CHM 24200  General Chemistry 3 Lab (1)
CHM 30000  Intro to Chem Lit (1)
CHM 35500  Analytical Chemistry (4)
CHM 36100  Organic Chemistry I (4)
CHM 36200  Organic Chemistry II (4)
CHM 45500  Instrumental Analysis (4)
CHM 40100  Inorganic Chemistry (3)
CHM 47100  Physical Chemistry I (3)
CHM 47200  Physical Chemistry II (3)
CHM 47300  Physical Chemistry Lab (2)
CHM 48500  Chemistry Seminar (1)
and three credits of chemistry electives numbered 30000 or above

Also required:
MTH 24100  Statistics for Natural Sciences (3)
MTH 27100  Calculus I (5)
MTH 27200  Calculus II (5)
MTH 30300  Calculus III (5)
PHY 30100   General Physics I (4)
PHY 30200   General Physics II (4)
SCI 21200    History of Science (3)
  OR
PHL 26500  Philosophy of Science (3)

Required education courses:
EDU 11000  Orientation to Ed. (3)
EDU 20200  Psychology of Teaching and Learning (3)
EDU 21500  PRAXIS II-Foliotek Seminar for Teacher Education (0)
EDU 30400  Measurement and Evaluation to Enhance Learning (3)
EDU 30700  Teaching Reading in the Content Area (3)
EDU 32000  History and Philosophy of Education (3)
EDU 32100  Middle/High school Classroom Teaching & Mgt (3)
EDU 33000  Methods of Teaching Science (3)
EDU 34100  Education of the Exceptional Child (3)
EDU 38000  Pre-Student Teaching Practicum (1)
EDU 41000  Student Teaching (12)

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