Bachelor of Arts
Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts Degrees:
B.A. in Chemistry
CHEM 153/163 General Chemistry Lecture/Lab for Majors I
CHEM 154/164 General Chemistry Lecture/Lab for Majors II
CHEM 207/217 Organic Chemistry Lecture/Lab I
CHEM 208/218 Organic Chemistry Lecture/Lab II
CHEM 308 Introduction to Chemical Research
CHEM 419 Senior Research I
CHEM 420 Senior Research II
MATH 106 Applied Calculus I
MATH 107 Applied Calculus II
PHYS 203/253 College Physics Lecture/Lab I
PHYS 204/254 College Physics Lecture/Lab II
One sequence from one of the four chemical areas:
Analytical Chemistry: CHEM 300, CHEM 302
Physical Chemistry: CHEM 305/315, CHEM 306/316
Inorganic Chemistry: CHEM 401, CHEM 402
Biochemistry: CHEM 409, CHEM 410
Students must also take one course from each of the remaining three chemical areas, e.g., if students take the full analytical chemistry sequence, then they must take one course from the physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, and biochemistry sequences.
B.A. with Teaching Specialization:
Same as the B.A. in Chemistry program requirements with the following differences:
CHEM 208/218 are not required.
CHEM 300 is required.
CHEM 330 Methods and Applications of Science is required.
CHEM 409 is required.
BIOL 130/131 or BIOL 101/111 are required.
BIOL 140/141 or BIOL 102/112 are required.
EART 201 Introduction to Earth Science is required.
PSYC 201 General Psychology is required.
The following education courses are required:
EDUC 101 Education in Modern Society
EDUC 202 Educational Psychology
EDUC 206 Adolescent Development
EDUC 306 Teaching Reading and Writing in the Middle and High School
EDUC 312 Teaching Students with Special Needs
EDUC 401 Methods and Materials of Middle and High School Teaching
EDUC 402 Special Methods in Teaching
EDUC 499 Internship in Teaching