Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
The Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry prepares students to function as professional chemists or for advanced studies at the graduate level. The B.S. degree is certified by the American Chemical Society.
Program Requirements for the Bachelor of Science 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 requirement please check the University Catalog.
- CHM 1070 General Chemistry I
- CHM 1100 Chemistry Lab I
- CHM 1080 General Chemistry II
- CHM 1110 Chemistry Lab II
- CHM 2270 Organic Chemistry I
- CHM 2280 Chemistry Lab III
- CHM 2290 Organic Chemistry II
- CHM 2300 Chemistry Lab IV
- CHM 3870 Quantitative Analysis
- CHM 3410 Chemical Thermodynamics
- CHM 3420 Chemical Dynamics and Quantum Mechanics
- CHM 3430 Chemistry Lab V
- CHM 3440 Chemistry Lab VI
Third / Fourth Year
- CHM 4010 Inorganic Chemistry
- CHM 4810 Instrumental Analysis
- CHM 4820 Instrumentation Lab.