A MAJOR in chemistry requires 42 CREDIT HOURS
Credit hours to be completed in biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics. Ten (10) 4-credit hour courses; and two (2) 1-credit hour seminars as indicated on the curriculum chart. Chemistry majors may select a minor from one of the following areas: (1) biology; (2) mathematics; (3) physics; or (4) computer science. Courses required for a minor are listed under requirements for each area.
A MINOR in chemistry requires 16 CREDIT HOURS
16 credit hours of chemistry with a minimum grade of “C” in each course. The required courses are: CHE 141, CHE 142, CHE 243, and CHE 244.
Students graduating with degrees in Chemistry will:
- 1. Apply principles and theories of chemistry.
- 2. Develop habits of accurate notation and evaluation of laboratory data.
- 3. Become successful in graduate and professional schools, and careers in the industry and teaching profession.
- 4. Understand and develop an appreciation of the significance of chemical phenomena in our daily lives.