Chemistry, Physics, and Astronomy
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degree
Departmental Requirements Chemistry: 46 credit hours minimum, including CHEM-C 105 - CHEM-C 106, CHEM-C 125 - CHEM-C 126, CHEM-C 301, CHEM-C 310, CHEM-C 341 - CHEM-C 344 inclusive, CHEM-C 361 - CHEM-C 363 inclusive, CHEM-C 409 (2 cr.), CHEM-C 410, CHEM-C 430, and at least one from among: CHEM-C 303, CHEM-C 335, CHEM-C 431, CHEM-C 441, or CHEM-C 483. CHEM-C 209 is also required or waived if proficiency examination is passed. (CHEM-C 301 and proficiency examinations are the capstone requirements.) Physics (10 cr.): PHYS-P 221 - PHYS-P 222; Mathematics (13 cr.): MATH-M 215 - MATH-M 216 and MATH-M 311; Biology (4 cr.): BIOL-L 101; Computer Science (4 cr.): CSCI-C 201; Ancillary science electives: minimum of 16 credit hours (consult department for a listing of approved courses). Total credit hours 123-128. Students must also complete the general requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degree (A.C.S.) Certified
Departmental Requirements Chemistry: 48 credit hours minimum. Requirements are the same as for the B.S. degree except CHEM-C 483 is required. Chemistry courses may be taken as electives but are not required for the B.S. (A.C.S.) degree. PHYS-P 301; or an advanced mathematics or physics course. Also required: MATH-M 215 - MATH-M 216, MATH-M 311; PHYS-P 221 - PHYS-P 222; and CSCI-C 201. German is strongly suggested as the foreign language. See the Arts and Sciences section of this bulletin for non-science requirements. Students must also complete the general requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences.