Students must meet all university requirements for a bachelor’s degree.
In addition, only grades of “C” or better will be accepted for transfer for the following courses normally taken at the lower-division level: eight hours of general chemistry with laboratory, eight hours of organic chemistry with laboratory, eight hours of physics with laboratory, and eight hours of calculus.
The following courses must be taken, at the lower-division level, to meet major and general education requirements:
General Chemistry I with Laboratory (4)
Calculus I (4)
The following courses must be taken at the lower-division level:
General Chemistry II with Laboratory (4)
Calculus II (4)
The following courses can be taken at either the lower-division or upper-division level:
Organic Chemistry with Laboratory (8)
Physics with Laboratory (8)
CHEM 3233 Analytical Chemistry (3)
CHEM 3234 Analytical Chemistry Laboratory (1)
MATH 3271 Differential Equations (3)
The following courses must be taken at the upper-division level:
CHEM 3135 Chemical Safety (1)
CHEM 3145 Chemistry and Ethics (1)
CHEM 3641 Physical Chemistry I: Lecture (3)
CHEM 3642 Physical Chemistry I: Laboratory (1)
CHEM 3643 Physical Chemistry II: Lecture (3)
CHEM 3644 Physical Chemistry II: Laboratory (1)
CHEM 4155 Chemical Literature (1)
CHEM 4743 Instrumental Analysis (3)
CHEM 4744 Instrumental Analysis Laboratory (1)
CHEM 4443 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (3)
CHEM 4444 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory (1)
CHEM 4552 Introduction to Chemistry Software and Molecular Modeling (1)
CHEM 5331 Biochemistry Lecture I (3)
CHEM 5332 Biochemistry Laboratory (1)
STAT 4219 Statistical Methods (3)
CHEM 4952 Organic Synthesis and Structural Methods (2)
CHEM 4962 Undergraduate Research Experience (2)
Select one of the following which may be taken at either the lower-division or upper-division level:
CPSC 2005 Introduction to Computer Technology (3)
CPSC 3120 Computer Programming: Visual BASIC (3)
CPSC 3130 Computer Programming: FORTRAN (3)
Select three hours of lower-division or upper-division biology course work.
Select six hours from the following courses.
CHEM 4990 Chemistry Research (1-3)
CHEM 5145 Environmental Chemistry Lecture (3)
CHEM 5146 Environmental Chemistry Laboratory (1)
CHEM 5157 Polymer Chemistry (3)
CHEM 5167 Industrial Chemistry (3)
CHEM 5333 Biochemistry: Lecture II (3)
Other science courses as approved by academic advisor.
* May be used to meet the general education requirements and will increase the number of electives required.