Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry (216A/40.0501) consists of 32 semester hours above the 1000 level. The required courses are: CHE 2201 and CHE 2203, CHE 2202 and CHE 2204, CHE 2210 and CHE 2211, CHE 3000, CHE 3301, CHE 3302, CHE 3303, CHE 3304, CHE 3404, CHE 3405, CHE 4000, CHE 4400 and five semester hours elected from other Chemistry courses. CHE 3520 and CHE 4610 are not accepted. The Chemistry major must take PHY 1150-PHY 1151; an additional six to eight hours in either astronomy, geology, biology, or physics (courses at the 1000 level and phy 3350 are not accepted); and MAT 1110 and MAT 1120. CHE 3560, CHE 3561, Instrumental Methods of Analysis, and CHE 4580, BioChemistry i, are strongly recommended. if CHE 3560, CHE 3561 and CHE 4580 are chosen, this degree is approved by the American Chemical Society’s committee on professional train-ing. A candidate for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry may count no more than a total of 46 semester hours above general education requirements in Chemistry. the Bachelor of Arts degree as described in the preceding paragraph has been approved by the American Chemical Society’s committee on professional training.

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