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The most flexible plan, this degree plan combines a liberal arts education with a concentration in chemistry.  This plan allows you to concentrate in chemistry and also pursue a specialization in an almost unlimited number of other areas, such as business, journalism, biology, mathematics, nutrition, or computer science. The following list of required courses does not include core classes.    

Chemistry Courses Required


CHEM 1001 Horizons in Chemistry I
CHEM 1101 Horizons in Chemistry II
CHEM 1111 Chemical Principles Laboratory I
CHEM 1113 Chemical Principles I
CHEM 1121 Chemical Principles Laboratory II
CHEM 1123  Chemical Principles II
CHEM 2211 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
CHEM 2213 Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 3221  Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
CHEM 3223 Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 3334 Quantitative Analysis
CHEM 3411 Physical Chemistry Laboratory I
CHEM 3413 Physical Chemistry I
CHEM 3421 Physical Chemistry Laboratory II
CHEM 3423 Physical Chemistry II
CHEM 3632 Protein and Nucleic Acid Chemistry Laboratory
CHEM 3633 Protein and Nucleic Acid Chemistry    

Math Courses Required


MATH 2014 Introductory Calculus I
MATH 2024 Introductory Calculus II  

Physics Courses Required


PHYS 2151 General Physics Laboratory I
PHYS 2153 General Physics I
PHYS 2161 General Physics Laboratory II
PHYS 2163 General Physics II

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