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2010-2011 Academic Catalog 
    
2010-2011 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Chemistry (B.S.)


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Concentrations in Biochemistry, Forensic Chemistry, Geology1, and Premedicine2.

Notes


1Geology Concentration, 10 hours of geology courses may be used to satisfy some of these electives; CHEM 391-CHEM 391L moves to chemistry electives.
2Premedicine concentration should include BIOL 211, 250, 305, 315, 407; CHEM 391-391L moves to chemistry electives.
3Must be chosen from Biology courses that may count towards a Biology degree.
4Three hours must be from STAT 433, 434, or 435. The remaining three may come from any advanced statistics/mathematics, or science courses with permission of advisor or department head. For Geology concentration, the three hours may come from any advanced Math/Statistics or Science course.
5For Chemistry and Geology concentrations at least 3 hours must be from CHEM 411, 412, 421, 424, 425, 426, 427, 428, 429, 471, 481, 491.
6Course must be selected from section #9 of the General Education Requirements  section.
7Six (6) hours must be selected from the approved Writing Enriched courses- see General Education Requirements  section.
8Three (3) hours must be selected from the approved International Education courses- see General Education Requirements  section.

Total Hours for Degree: 125


Biochemistry Concentration


Forensic Chemistry Concentration


Geology Concentration


Premedicine Concentration


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