The B.S. option requires students to take one year each of General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and the corequsite lab courses. Usually during their third and fourth year students take Analytical Chemistry and Instrumental Analysis, Physical Chemistry (2 semesters) and P-Chem lab and Inorganic Chemistry.
Chem majors also take 12 credits of chemistry electives. Students may choose from Biochemistry (I, II & lab) and Synthesis & Characterization Lab. Other electives are offered less frequently. Students may count up to three credits of undergraduate research toward their 12 credits of chemistry electives.
In addition, two semesters of calculus and calculus-based physics are also required.
Biochemistry I (1321)
Biochemistry II (1322)
Chemistry majors may elect from the following to meet the General Education speaking competency.
Students majoring in Chemistry often choose to take additonal courses in Mathematics or Physics. Common options include: