Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry

The Bachelor of Arts degree is designed for students who wish to combine a degree in chemistry with another profession, such as secondary education, patent law, or scientific writing. This degree also prepares students to work in technical support positions.

Program Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry

Graduation requires completion of a total of 126 credit hours of coursework. In addition to the University Core Curriculum, the following Chemistry courses are required:
For complete program requirements please check the University Catalog.

First Year

  • CHM 1070 General Chemistry I
  • CHM 1100 Chemistry Lab I
  • CHM 1080 General Chemistry II
  • CHM 1120 Chemistry Lab II

Second Year

  • CHM 2250 Organic Chem Lab I
  • CHM 2270 Organic Chemistry I
  • CHM 2290 Organic Chemistry II
  • CHM 2300 Advanced Organic Chem Lab II

Third / Fourth Years

  • CHM 3330 Physical Chemistry Lab I
  • CHM 3340 Physical Chemistry Lab II
  • CHM 3410 Chemical Thermodynamics
  • CHM 3420 Chemical Dynamics and Quantum Mechanics
  • CHM 3870 Quantitative Analysis
  • CHM 3880 Quantitative Analysis Lab
  • CHM 4990 Senior Assessment