Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)/Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degree
May be either depending on option selected; see the “Requirement for Baccalaureate Degrees” section of the catalog.
Major in Chemistry (Major Code: 104)
A student must complete a minimum of 120 semester credit hours to include at least 36 advanced hours.
University Core Curriculum Requirements
Refer to the “University Core Curriculum” section of this catalog.
Option I—Professional Chemistry
This option follows course recommendations of the American Chemical Society and prepares students for positions in industry, government and education. It is recommended for students planning to do graduate study in chemistry or seeking employment as chemists in industry.
Option II—General Chemistry
This option provides a background for students whose career goals are to enter education or chemistry-related fields.
This option is for students planning careers using chemistry applied to medical science, including pre-medical students and other pre-professional students.
For information about the master of science (M.S.) degree in chemistry, refer to the “Graduate School” section of the catalog.