Undergraduate Course Catalog 2006-2007

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CHEMISTRY/BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

Total Credit Hours: 128
Major Credit Hours: 70

A grade of C or better must be earned in a prerequisite course in order to advance to the next course in the sequence.

I. Core Courses (54)
13-200 Calculus I (4)
13-201 Calculus II (4)
13-250 Calculus III (4)
03-110 General Chemistry I (4)
03-111 General Chemistry I Lab (1)
03-115 General Chemistry II (4)
03-116 General Chemistry II Lab (1)
03-220 Organic Chemistry I (4)
03-221 Organic Chemistry I Lab (1)
03-225 Organic Chemistry II (4)
03-226 Organic Chemistry II Lab (1)
03-320 Analytical Chemistry I (3)
03-321 Analytical Chemistry I Lab (2)
03-300 Physical Chemistry I (3)
03-301 Physical Chemistry I Lab (1)
03-305 Physical Chemistry II (3)
03-306 Physical Chemistry II Lab (1)
03-325 Instrumental Analysis (3)
03-326 Instrumental Analysis Lab (2)
03-497 Seminar (1)

II. Select one Physics sequence: (10)
17-200 College Physics I (4)
17-201 College Physics I Lab (1)
17-205 College Physics II (4)
17-206 College Physics II Lab (1)
or
17-210 General Physics I (4)
17-211 General Physics I Lab (1)
17-215 General Physics II (4)
17-216 General Physics II Lab (1)

III. Select at least six credit hours from the following Chemistry Courses: (6)
03-340 Environmental Chemistry I (3)

    and Lab (03-343) (1)
03-342 Environmental Chemistry II (3)

    and Lab (03-343) (1)
03-400 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (3)
03-401 Advanced Organic Chemistry (3)
03-402 Topics in Organic Chemistry (3)
03-403 Nuclear Chemistry (3)
03-404 Radiochemistry (3)
03-405 Biochemistry I: Molecular Biochemistry (3)

    and Lab (03-406) (1)
03-407 Biochemistry II: Nutritional Biochemistry (3)

    and Lab (03-408) (1)
03-450 Research (1-4)
03-498 Special Topics (1-4)
03-499 Independent Study (1-4)

IV. The advanced writing requirement is satisfied by successful completion of the following courses which contain strong writing components: General Chemistry I; General Chemistry II; Analytical Chemistry; Instrumental Chemistry.