The Bachelor of Science degree is designed for the student desiring a thorough background in chemistry; one who plans to attend graduate school, or seek immediate employment in the field of chemistry. Students completing the B.S. in Chemistry will graduate with an ACS certified degree.
The course of study normally pursued by B.S. Chemistry majors is:
1 Fulfills the Statistical Reasoning requirement of the Cornerstone Program.
2 Fulfills the Natural Scientific Inquiry requirement of the Cornerstone Program.
3 Fulfills the Moral Inquiry requirement of the Cornerstone Program.
4 Fulfills the Writing-in-the-Disciplines requirement of the Cornerstone Program.
5 Courses are offered in the Fall Semester.
6 Courses are offered in the Spring Semester.
7 Independent Research can be taken more than once but will only count once toward the major.
8 Advanced Topics in Biochemistry and Biochemistry II can both be taken but only one will count toward the major.
9 Seminar and Thesis is required in each semester of the junior and senior years and satisfies the Capstone Experience requirement of the Cornerstone Program. Four credits are obtained in the second semester of the senior year.