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2012-2013 Academic Catalogue 
    
2012-2013 Academic Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Chemistry, B.A.


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B.A. Curriculum


Synopsis indicates core requirements for this degree. Demonstrated proficiency of two years of a foreign language is required. Chemistry B.A. majors are also required to complete either (1) a minor in another department, (2) a Concentration in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology or (3) Teacher Certification. Among the more popular focus areas are the Concentration in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and the Minor in Business.

Synopsis of the B.A. Curriculum in Chemistry


Fourth (Freshman) Class


First Semester


Total Semester Hrs: 15 1/2


Second Semester


Total Semester Hrs: 15 1/2


Third (Sophomore) Class


First Semester


Total Semester Hrs: 17 1/2 - 18


Second Semester


Total Semester Hrs: 17 1/2 - 18


Second (Junior) Class


First Semester


Total Semester Hrs: 17 1/2


Second Semester


  • Adv CH course (300 or above) Credit Hours: 3
  • Foreign Language Credit Hours: 3 1
  • Concentration Elective Credit Hours: 3 3
  • CH 246 - Inorganic Chemistry Credit Hours: 3
  • Cultures And Civilization Elective Credit Hours: 3 1
  • PE - Elective Credit Hours: 1/2
  • AS, MS, or NS Credit Hours: 2

Total Semester Hrs: 17 1/2


First (Senior) Class


First Semester


Total Semester Hrs: 17 1/2


Second Semester


  • Concentration Elective Credit Hours: 3 3
  • SE 300 - Public Speaking Credit Hours: 1
  • Electives Credit Hours: 10
  • AS, MS, or NS Credit Hours: 2

Total Semester Hrs: 16


Total Hours: 135 (includes at least 46 chemistry hours)


* Minimum Grade of C Required

1 Twelve semester hours of electives must be in the Humanistic-Social area. In addition to demonstrating proficiency in a foreign language, cadets must complete 6 credit hours of cultures and civilization courses (study abroad may be substituted for 3 hours) and 3 credit hours of Leadership in Organizations.
2 A two-semester sequence of core-curriculum approved science and laboratory. The specific course may be determined by the chosen concentration area.
3 Concentration Electives are determined by the chosen minor/concentration/or certification. The chosen field may require use of free electives to complete.

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