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Year 1
Fall
Course Credits
Written Communications I  ENG-W1312 GE 3
General Chemistry I  CHEM-C105 GE 3
General Chemistry I Lab  CHEM-C125 GE 2
Brief Survey of Calculus I  MATH-M1191 GE 3
Ethical Reasoning/Humanities  PHIL-P100 or P140  GE 3
First Year Seminar  COAS-FY104 1
Total 15
Spring
Course Credits
General Chemistry II  CHEM-C106 GE 3
General Chemistry II Lab  CHEM-C126 GE 2
Oral Communications  SPCH-S1212 GE 3
Intro. to Biological Sciences I  BIOL-L101 5
Diversity/Social Science  SOC-S163, POLS-Y107, or POLS-Y109 3
Total 16
Summer
Course Credits
General Elective 3
Total 3
Year 2
Fall
Course Credits
Organic Chemistry I  CHEM-C341 3
Organic Chemistry I Lab  CHEM-C342 2
Historical Investigation/Social Science  HIST-H1XX GE 3
Art  GE 3
Physics I  PHYS-P201 or P2213 5
Total 16
Spring
Course Credits
Organic Chemistry II  CHEM-C342 3
Organic Chemistry II Lab  CHEM-C344 2
Written Communications II  ENG-W234 GE 3
Social Behavioral Science  GE 3
Historical Investigation 3
Total 14
Year 3
Fall
Course Credits
Foreign Language 4
Biomolecules & Catabolism  CHEM-C484 3
Chemistry Elective 3
General Elective 3
General Elective 3
Total 16
Spring
Course Credits
Foreign Language 4
Biosynthesis & Physiology  CHEM-C485 3
300-400 Level Elective 3
Chemistry Elective 3
Total 13
Year 4
Fall
Course Credits
CHEM-C486 2
General Elective 3
Foreign Language 3
General Elective 3
Elective - BIOL-L211 (recommended) 3
Total 14
Spring
Course Credits
Chemistry Seminar  CHEM-C302 1
Foreign Language 3
300-400 Level Elective  BIOL-L311/L319 (recommended) 3
General Elective 3
General Elective 3
Total 13
 

A minimum of 120 credit hours are required for graduation with at least 30 credits at the 300-400 level. Electives may be chosen to satisfy a minor and/or another major.

1 M215 is strongly recommended and choosing M216 as an elective is very desirable.
2 Honor students can substitute HON-H103 and HON-H104 for W131 and S121.
3 A second semester of physics (PHYS-P202 or P222) is strongly recommended for pre-medical, pre-dental, and other pre-professional students).

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