Chemistry - B.S.
The Bachelor of Science B.S. degree in Chemistry is designed for majors who plan to pursue graduate level work in chemistry, biochemistry, medicine, or related interdisciplinary areas. This degree requires 52 hours of coursework, which is met by taking a minimum of 35 hours in chemistry and 17 hours of cognate (prerequisite) courses listed below. The following courses in chemistry must be included in the major:
Standards Required to Enter the Gateway Courses:
CHE-125 is the first course taken in the major. The standards required to take this course are completion of CHE-110 with a grade of "C" or better OR one year of high school chemistry and one of the following acceptable scores: Math SAT (480 or above) or ACT (21 or above).
Students seeking a Bachelor of Science degree are strongly advised to add additional cognate coursework from the following:
Course descriptions are available through the Course Description Lookup.