B.A. Degree in Chemistry

The B.A. degree in chemistry is appropriate for students who desire greater flexibility in their undergraduate coursework. This flexibility may be used to incorporate a minor, a second major, a study abroad program or additional elective coursework

Courses

General Education Prerequisites (12 Units)

  • BIOL-101L Principles of Biology (4)
  • CHEM-101L General Chemistry I (4)
  • MATH -210 Calculus I (4)

Required Courses (12 Courses, 46 Units)

  • CHEM-102L General Chemistry II (4)
  • CHEM-310 Organic Chemistry I (3)
  • CHEM-311 Organic Chemistry II (3)
  • CHEM-312L Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (2)
  • CHEM-313L Organic Chemistry Laboratory II (1)
  • CHEM-320L Inorganic Chemistry (4)
  • CHEM-351L Quantitative Analysis (4)
  • CHEM-496 Research Project (2)
  • CS-121 Introduction to Scientific Programming (3)
  • MATH -220 Calculus II (4)
  • PHYS-120L General Physics I (4)
  • PHYS-121L General Physics II (4)

Select 8 additional units of upper-division chemistry.

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