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Suggested Year 1 Program

Fall Semester
CourseCredit Hours
General Chem. I CHEM-C 105GE3
General Chem. I Lab CHEM-C 125GE2
Written Communications ENG-W 131GE, 13
Calculus I MATH-M 215GE5
First Year Seminar COAS-FY 1041
Total: 14
Spring Semester
CourseCredit Hours
General Chemistry II CHEM-C 1063
General Chemistry II Lab CHEM-C 1262
Oral Communications SPCH-S 1211, GE3
Calculus II MATH-M 2165
Total: 13
Summer Semester
CourseCredit Hours
Written Communications II ENG-W234GE3
Science Elective3-5
Total: 6-8

Suggested Year 2 Program

Fall Semester
CourseCredit Hours
Organic Chemistry I CHEM-C 3413
Organic Chemistry I Lab CHEM-C 3432
Physics I PHYS-P 2215
Intro. to Biological Sciences I BIOL-L 1015
Total: 15
Spring Semester
CourseCredit Hours
Organic Chemistry II CHEM-C 3423
Organic Chemistry II Lab CHEM-C 3442
Physics II PHYS-P 2225
Social & Behavioral Science2, GE3
Science Elective3-5
Total: 16-18
Summer Semester
CourseCredit Hours
General Elective3
Chemical Research CHEM-C4093
Total: 6

Suggested Year 3 Program

Fall Semester
CourseCredit Hours
Equilibria & Electrochemistry CHEM-C 3173
Physical Chemistry of Bulk Matter CHEM-C 3613
Biomolecules & Catabolism CHEM-C 4843
ArtsGE3
General Elective3
Total: 15
Spring Semester
CourseCredit Hours
Chemical Measurements Lab I CHEM-C 3153
Spectrochemistry & Separations CHEM-C 3183
Physical Chem. of Molecules CHEM-C 362 or Inorganic Chemistry CHEM-C4303
Science Elective3-5
Total: 10-12
Summer Semester
CourseCredit Hours
Science Elective 3-5
Total: 3-5

Suggested Year 4 Program

Fall Semester
CourseCredit Hours
ntro. to Basic Measurements CHEM-C 3643
Science Elective3-5
Science Elective3-5
Ethical Reasoning/Humanities PHIL-P100 or P140GE3
Total: 12-16
Spring Semester
CourseCredit Hours
Chemistry Seminar CHEM-C 3021
Inorganic Chemistry CHEM-C 430 or Physical Chem. of Molecules CHEM-C3623
Diversity/Social Science SOC-S163, POLS-Y107, or POLS-Y109GE3
Science Elective3-5
General Elective1
Total: 10-12

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

1 Honor students can substitute HON-H103 and HON-H104 for W131 and S121.
2 Students pursuing an Associate of Arts degree should choose a course from (HIST-H101, H103, H104, H105, H106).

GE may also count as General Education courses.

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