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
- Small class sizes
- Emphasis on research
- Faculty who are experts in their field and who care about their students
Common careers for chemists include teachers, researcher, forensic and environmental scientists. Our graduates are also well-prepared for graduate study, including teacher credential programs and master’s level research.
Jonathan Dick, Ph.D.
General Education Prerequisites
|BIOL-100||Principles of Biology||4|
|CHEM-103||General Chemistry I||4|
Required Courses (45 Units)
|CHEM-104||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-321L||Inorganic Chemistry Lab||0|
|CHEM-350L||Analytical Chemistry Lab||0|
|General Physics I|
University Physics I
|General Physics II|
University Physics II
Select 8 additional units of upper-division chemistry.