Chemistry B.S. - A.C.S.-Certified Degree with the Environmental Chemistry Concentration

The American Chemical Society professional degree prepares students for careers in a wide variety of positions in industry, government, and education. It is recommended for those students intending to do graduate study in chemistry or seeking employment as chemists in industry. The competencies of students with this degree should meet the criteria for a professional chemist stated by the American Chemical Society.

Core Curriculum Courses
See the Core Curriculum Requirements42
Required Courses in the Major
CHEM 101General Chemistry Tutorial I1
CHEM 102General Chemistry Tutorial II1
General and Quantitative Chemistry Laboratory I *
General and Quantitative Chemistry Laboratory II *
General and Quantitative Chemistry I *
General and Quantitative Chemistry II *
CHEM 2123Organic Chemistry Laboratory I1
CHEM 2125Organic Chemistry Laboratory II1
CHEM 201Organic Chemistry Tutorial I1
CHEM 202Organic Chemistry Tutorial II1
CHEM 2323Organic Chemistry I3
CHEM 2325Organic Chemistry II3
CHEM 330Environmental Chemistry3
CHEM 340Quantitative & Instrumental Analysis4
CHEM 351Physical Chemistry4
CHEM 352Physical Chemistry4
CHEM 401GLB/Chemical Sci & Profession1-2
CHEM 414Biochemistry4
CHEM 415Advanced Inorganic Chemistry4
CHEM 418Undergraduate Research6
CHEM 441Instrumental Analysis4
Advanced CHEM Elective3-4
Required Support Courses
ENVS 308Water Quality3
ENVS 402Air Pollution Control3
Calculus I *
MATH 2414Calculus II4
MATH 2415Calculus III4
PHYS 2425University Physics I4
PHYS 2426University Physics II4
2nd Major, Minor or Electives12
Total Hours125-127

These courses will satisfy the Core Curriculum Requirements in Natural Sciences and Mathematics.

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