The Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry is designed for students who want to gain a general background in chemistry, prepare themselves for entry into medical, dental, osteopathic or veterinary school, or make use of the science of chemistry in their careers. It is not intended for students preparing to be professional scientists or planning to enter graduate study in any of the chemical sciences. Typical career tracks for someone with a B.A. degree in Chemistry might involve health care, scientific writing, library science/chemical literature, journalism, patent law, sales for a technical corporation, or industrial marketing/management, or the pursuit of an advanced degree in fields such as business administration, library science or law.
- Core courses (16 credits).
CHM 260 , CHM 261 , CHM 262 , CHM 263 or CHM 265 , CHM 330 , CHM 331 , CHM 332 , CHM 333 .
- Advanced courses (10 credits).
CHM 310 , CHM 340 , CHM 341 , CHM 366 , CHM 367 (1 credit), CHM 410 .
- Advanced electives (7-10 credits).
One of the following four groups:
- CHM 367 (1 additional credit), CHM 380 , CHM 381 , CHM 382 .
- CHM 440 or CHM 442 or CHM 444 , CHM 441 , CHM 460 , CHM 461 or CHM 485 .
- CHM 430 , CHM 432 , CHM 499 (1 credit).
- CHM 450 , CHM 451 , CHM 452 , CHM 453 .
- Mathematics (12 credits).
MTH 121 , MTH 122 , MTH 222 .
- Cognate science courses (24-32 credits).
Two of the four sequences below; plus three additional courses, for a minimum total of 8 credits, in one or more of the areas and with the chosen courses as prerequisites.
- BIO 111 , BIO 327 ; or BIO 111 , BIO 113 , BIO 326 .
- GEO 150 , GEO 151 .
- PHY 245 , PHY 243 ; or PHY 143 , PHY 145 .
- CSC 121 , CSC 175 , CSC 275 .
- All requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Bachelor of Arts degree, including General Education Requirements and a foreign language requirement.