Chemistry

Bachelor of Arts Program
Students must test at Level 5 in Mathematics and take MATH 121 Single Variable Calculus their first semester.
All Chemistry courses include a lab, with the exception of BIOC 405.

Year 1
Fall
CHEM 107 General Chemistry I
MATH 121 Single Variable Calculus
PHYS 140 Principles of Physics I
Spring
CHEM 108 General Chemistry II
MATH 233 Multivariable Calculus
PHYS 141 Principles of Physics II
BIOL 202 Concepts in Biology: Energy or 203 Concepts in Biology: Information

Year 2
Fall
CHEM 201 Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 210 Inorganic Chemistry I
Spring
CHEM 202 Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 203 Analytical Chemistry

Year 3
Fall
BIOC 405 Biochemistry I
CHEM 490 Senior Thesis (1 credit)
January
CHEM 490 Senior Thesis (4 credits)
Spring
CHEM 303 Physical Chemistry I
CHEM 490 Senior Thesis (1 credit)

 

Contact Susan Young for more information about these programs.

In addition to the courses listed above, students must satisfy all Liberal Arts in Practice curriculum requirements. Other terms and conditions of the three-year Bachelor's Degree Program can be found by clicking here.

Current students interested in pursuing a three-year degree program must be in good academic standing and have completed at least 40 academic credits by the end of their first year. Current students wishing to enroll in a three-year program must fill out and submit a declaration form to the Office of the Registrar.