Feb 06, 2023  
2015-2017 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2015-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Chemistry, Professional Biochemistry Concentration, B.S.


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General Education Core:


Communications (9 hours)


Humanities and/or Fine Arts (9 hours)


  • ENGL 2012 -ENGL 2320  - Sophomore Literature Course (3)
  • Elective - One course from approved list (3)
  • Elective - One course from approved list (3)

Social and Behavioral Science (6 hours)


  • Elective - One course from approved list. (3)
  • Elective - One course from approved list. (3)

MATH 1910 (4-hours)


(Students will need lower level math if they are unprepared for MATH 1910 .)

Total General Education Hours with Orientation - 43-Hours


Upper-division Admission


For admission into the upper-division programs of the Chemistry major, students must complete all of the requirements listed above under General Education Core. In addition, they must have earned a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 on college-level coursework, and completed the Senior Exit Examination. In addition, they must have earned a grade of C or better in CHEM 1110, 1111  or CHEM 1112, 1113 , CHEM 1120, 1121  or CHEM 1122, 1123 , CHEM 2100, 2101 , CHEM 2010, 2011  or CHEM 2012, 2013 , and CHEM 2020, 2021  or CHEM 2022, 2023 . Honors sections of chemistry courses will also fulfill the degree requirements. Chemistry Majors are recommended to take honors courses.

Curriculum 2 - Biochemistry Concentration: 50-Hours


This program requires 120 hours for graduation and is designed for students pursuing a professional career in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, or veterinary medicine. Students following this curriculum may receive a minor in Biology, if students take an additional 8 hrs. of 3000 or 4000 level biology courses.

Suggested Four-Year Plan


Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Junior Year


Senior Year


Total: 17 Hours

Spring Semester


Total: 15 Hours

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