Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (ACS-Certified Degree)

The B.S. in Chemistry leads to a degree certified by the American Chemical Society. This rigorous program requires 64 credit hours of courses and provides a strong preparation suitable for students who plan to pursue graduate study in chemistry or careers as professional chemists in chemical industry, government agencies, or medical research.

Degree Requirements: Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

BCMB 421 Biochemistry I
CHM 111 Principles of Chemistry I
CHM 112 Principles of Chemistry II
CHM 115 Techniques of Chemistry I
CHM 116 Techniques of Chemistry II
CHM 213 Organic Chemistry I
CHM 214 Organic Chemistry II
CHM 215 Organic Laboratory I
CHM 216 Organic Laboratory II
CHM 222 Introductory Inorganic Chemistry
CHM 230 Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory
CHM 305 Analytical Chemistry
CHM 306 Instrumental Analysis
CHM 307 Quantitative Analysis Lab
CHM 308 Instrumental Analysis Lab
CHM 311 Physical Chemistry I
CHM 312 Physical Chemistry II
CHM 321 Physical Laboratory I
CHM 322 Physical Laboratory II
CHM 411 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
MAS 161 Calculus I
MAS 162 Calculus II
PHY 111 Principles of Physics I
PHY 111L Principles of Physics I Laboratory
PHY 112 Principles of Physics II
PHY 112L Principles of Physics II Laboratory

Three credits from:

BCMB 422 Biochemistry II
CHM 412 Advanced Physical Chemistry
CHM 414 Advanced Organic Chemistry
CHM 490

Four credits of:

CHM 510 Chemical Research

The following courses are recommended but not required:

MAS 261 Calculus III
MAS 266 Differential Equations