Chemistry Major - Applied

B.A. or B.S. degree program
Total hours required – 62-70

Base Courses in Chemistry (CM) Hours
CM 1113 General Chemistry Lectures I 3
CM 1123 General Chemistry Lectures II  3
CM 1211 General Chemistry Laboratories I  1
CM 1221 General Chemistry Laboratories II  1
CM 2113 Organic Chemistry Lectures II  3
CM 2123 Organic Chemistry Lectures II  3
CM 2211 Organic Chemistry Laboratories I  1
CM 2221 Organic Chemistry Laboratories II  1
CM 2314 Analytical Chemistry  4
CM 3414 Instrumental Methods of Analysis  4
CM 3613 Inorganic Chemistry  3
CM 3621 Inorganic Chemistry Lab -  1
CM 3713 Introduction to Physical Chemistry  3
CM 4911 Chemical Literature  1
CM 4921 Chemical Seminar 1

 

Base Courses in Computer Science (CSCI) Hours
CSCI1041 Computer Applications - Math/Science  1

 

Base Courses in Mathematics (MA) Hours
MA 1314 Calculus I  4
MA 2314 Calculus II  4
MA 2324 Calculus III  4

 

Base Courses in Physics (PH) Hours
PH 1214 Elementary College Physics II  4
PH 1224 Elementary College Physics II  4

 

Additional Coursework
In addition to the above, the student must select an emphasis in one of the subjects below. These subjects constitute the student’s minor.
  • Emphasis in Business: Accounting 2503, 2513; Economics 2503, 2513; and six hours selected from Finance 3503, Management 3503, Marketing 3503
  • Emphasis in Computer Science: Computer Science 1514, 2113, 3113; Information Systems 1013; and six additional hours chosen from Information Systems offerings with the approval of the department chair
  • Emphasis in Environmental Chemistry: Chemistry 3214, 3333; Biology 1013, 1144(or BY 4044); ESS 4213; and three hours chosen from the following: Chemistry 411V, 4313, 4221, or Chemistry 3313
  • Emphasis in Green Chemistry: Chemistry 3214,3313, 3321, 3333, 3341, 4221; Biology 1013, ESS 4213, and one course chosen from Chemistry 4213, 4413, or 411V.
  • Emphasis in Mathematics: Mathematics 2314 and two courses selected from Mathematics 2103, 2324, 3123, 3133, 3213
  • Emphasis in other academic areas: The Chemistry Department will consider proposals from students who wish to emphasize areas other than those listed above. This will be done in consultation with the department chair. The area selected must be one which will compliment the student’s academic progress and professional goals.
This program is designed for students who do not plan to do graduate work in chemistry.

 

The major field writing requirement is satisfied by completing Chemistry 2221 and Chemistry 3414 with a grade of “C” or above.