Requirements – Chemistry

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE 51-58 HOURS

CORE REQUIREMENTS
CHEM 1251 General Chemistry Laboratory I
CHEM 1252 General Chemistry Laboratory II
CHEM 1351 General Chemistry I
CHEM 1352 General Chemistry II
CHEM 3201 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
CHEM 3202 Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
CHEM 3301 Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 3302 Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 3306 Instrumental Techniques of Biochemical Research
CHEM 3401 Analytical Chemistry
CHEM 4301 Inorganic Chemistry

EMPHASIS REQUIREMENTS
Must complete one of the following emphases: biochemistry, environmental science, forensic science, or professional.
Biochemistry Emphasis (Primarily for those students interested in the health sciences)
BIO 2105 General Biology Laboratory I
BIO 2106 General Biology Laboratory II
BIO 2305 General Biology I
BIO 2306 General Biology II
CHEM 4401 Biochemistry
MATH 1402 Calculus I
PHYS 1401 Introductory General Physics I or PHYS 2404
PHYS 1402 Introductory General Physics II or PHYS 2405
Must take eight or nine hours of upper level electives from BIO.

Environmental Science Emphasis (Primarily for those students interested in environmental monitoring)
BIO 2105 General Biology Laboratory I
BIO 2106 General Biology Laboratory II
BIO 2305 General Biology I
BIO 2306 General Biology II
BIO 4414 Ecology
ENSC 2400 Environmental Science
MATH 1402 Calculus I
PHYS 1401 Introductory General Physics I
PHYS 1402 Introductory General Physics II

Forensic Science Emphasis (Primarily for those students interested in criminalistics)
BIO 2105 General Biology Laboratory I
BIO 2305 General Biology I
BIO 2403 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
BIO 2404 Human Anatomy and Physiology II
CJC 1300 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CJC 2301 Criminal Investigation or other approved CJC elective
CJC 4301 Criminalistics or other approved CJC upper level elective
FSCI 1300 Introduction to Forensic Science
MATH 1402 Calculus I

Professional Emphasis (Primarily for students interested in obtaining advanced degrees in chemistry or related disciplines and/or obtaining industrial employment with the B.S. degree).
CHEM 3403 Physical Chemistry I
CHEM 3404 Physical Chemistry II
CHEM 3,000 level or above (3-4 hours)
MATH 1402 Calculus I
MATH 2,000 level or above (3 hours)
PHYS 2404 General Physics I
PHYS 2405 General Physics II