Chemistry Concentration

Flexible Curriculum to Fit Your Career Goals

This program of study requires 120 hours for graduation and is designed to train students for career objectives other than professional chemist, graduate school, professional school, or teacher certification. This program gives students more flexibility with regard to individualized course selection which prepares students for careers as:

  • laboratory technicians,
  • research technicians,
  • or positions in
  • chemical sales,
  • process control,
  • chemical editing-writing, and
  • patent law.

The minor in this concentration is selected by the student according to his or her career goals and is monitored carefully by an advisor.

FRESHMEN YEAR

FALL SEMESTER            HR          SPRING SEMESTER               HR   
CHEM 1110, 1111 4   CHEM 1120, 1121 4
ENGL 1010 3   ENGL 1020 3
MATH 1910 4   HIST 2020 3
HIST 2010 3   SOC/BEH SCIENCE 3
ASOR 1001 1   HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3
TOTAL 15   TOTAL 16

 SOPHOMORE YEAR

FALL SEMESTER           HR           SPRING SEMESTER              HR 
CHEM 2100, 2101           4   CHEM 2020, 2021 4
CHEM 2010, 2011 4   SOC/BEH SCIENCE 3
ENGL 2010* 3   HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3
COMM 2200 3   BIOL 1120, 1121 4
BIOL 1110,1111 4   ELECTIVE, ANY LEVEL 1
TOTAL 18   TOTAL 15
*Or Any ENGL LIT Sophomore Course from the approved list      

 JUNIOR YEAR

FALL SEMESTER HR   SPRING SEMESTER HR
CHEM 3210, 3211 4   CHEM 3220. 3221 4
PHYS 2010, 2021 4   PHYS 2020, 2021 4
ELECTIVES, 3000-4000 LEVEL 6   CHEM 4100 2
      ELECTIVES, 3000-4000 LEVEL 6
TOTAL 15   TOTAL 16

 SENIOR YEAR

FALL SEMESTER HR    SPRING SEMESTER HR
CHEM 3000 3   CHEM 4920 1
CHEM 4910 1   ELECTIVES, 3000-4000 LEVEL 12
ELECTIVES, 3000-4000 LEVEL 9      
TOTAL 13   TOTAL 13

All Chemistry majors are required to take General Education Courses

Chemistry Course Descriptions

 

 

 






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