B.S. in Chemistry with a Concentration in Advanced Chemistry (American Chemical Society Certified Program)

Major Requirements/Chemistry (54 credits) 1, 2
CE-111General Chemistry I3
CE-111LGeneral Chemistry Laboratory I1
CE-112General Chemistry II3
CE-112LGeneral Chemistry Laboratory II1
CE-221Analytical Chemistry I Quantitative Analysis3
CE-221LAnalytical Chemistry I Laboratory Quantitative Analysis1
CE-241Organic Chemistry I3
CE-241LOrganic Chemistry Laboratory I2
CE-242Organic Chemistry II3
CE-242LOrganic Chemistry Laboratory II2
CE-311Chemical Literature1
CE-322Analytical Chemistry II Instrumental Analysis3
CE-322LAnalytical Chemistry II Laboratory Instrumental Analysis2
CE-331Biochemistry I3
CE-331LBiochemistry I Laboratory1
CE-341Physical Chemistry I3
CE-341LPhysical Chemistry I Laboratory1
CE-342Physical Chemistry II3
CE-342LPhysical Chemistry II Laboratory1
CE-401Advanced Inorganic Chemistry3
CE-401LAdvanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory1
CE-410Seminar1
(Satisfies Reasoned Oral Discourse in General Education)
CE-350Research in Chemistry3
(Chemistry courses satisfy Natural Science (NS) in General Education)
Select two courses from the following list:6
NMR Spectroscopy
Biochemistry II
Methods of Inorganic Chemistry
Advanced Organic Chemistry
Computational Chemistry and Molecular Modeling
Electrochemical Methods
Interdisciplinary Requirements (18 credits)
MA-125Calculus with Analytic Geometry I4
MA-126Calculus with Analytic Geometry II4
(MA-125 or MA-126 satisfies Mathematics in General Education)
PH-211General Physics with Calculus I4
PH-211LGeneral Physics with Calculus Laboratory I1
PH-212General Physics with Calculus II4
PH-212LGeneral Physics with Calculus Laboratory II1
Free Electives (15 credits) 2
Select up to 15 Free Elective credits 215
General Education Requirements (33 credits) 3
Complete 33 credits as outlined on the General Education table. 333
Total Credits120

Notes

  • 54 credits must be completed at the 200 level or higher.

B.S. in Chemistry with a Concentration in Advanced Chemistry (American Chemical Society Approved Program)
Sequence Chart

First Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
CE-111 General Chemistry I3CE-112 General Chemistry II3
CE-111L General Chemistry Laboratory I1CE-112L General Chemistry Laboratory II1
IT-102 Information Technology for Scientists3MA-126 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II4
MA-125 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I4EN-102 College Composition II3
EN-101 College Composition I3Gen*Ed Historical Perspectives3
Semester Credits14Semester Credits14
Second Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
CE-241 Organic Chemistry I3CE-242 Organic Chemistry II3
CE-241L Organic Chemistry Laboratory I2CE-242L Organic Chemistry Laboratory II2
PH-211 General Physics with Calculus I4CE-221 Analytical Chemistry I Quantitative Analysis3
PH-211L General Physics with Calculus Laboratory I1CE-221L Analytical Chemistry I Laboratory Quantitative Analysis1
Gen*Ed Social Science3PH-212 General Physics with Calculus II4
Gen*Ed Aesthetics3PH-212L General Physics with Calculus Laboratory II1
 
Semester Credits16Semester Credits14
Third Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
CE-331 Biochemistry I3CE-342 Physical Chemistry II3
CE-331L Biochemistry I Laboratory1CE-342L Physical Chemistry II Laboratory1
CE-341 Physical Chemistry I3CE-350 Research in Chemistry3
CE-341L Physical Chemistry I Laboratory1CE-410 Seminar1
CE-401 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry3Gen*Ed Cultural Diversity or Global Understanding3
CE-401L Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory1Gen*Ed Literature3
CE-311 Chemical Literature1Free Electives3
Gen*Ed Historical or Social Science Persp.3 
Semester Credits16Semester Credits17
Fourth Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
CE-322 Analytical Chemistry II Instrumental Analysis3Chemistry Elective (see curriculum chart)3
CE-322L Analytical Chemistry II Laboratory Instrumental Analysis2Gen*Ed Interdisciplinary Perspectives3
Chemistry Elective (see Curriculum chart)3Free Electives9
Gen*Ed World Language3 
Free Electives3 
Semester Credits14Semester Credits15
Total Credits 120