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(4i other appropriate major courses in the above departments may be
substituted for one or more of those on the above list ssith the
approval of the student's advisor.

(5) Isso courses beyond placement or intermediate lesel. In lieu of a
foreign language, students m programs or tracks other than the Pre-
Medical I rack and the Pre- Veterinary Track may elect to take a
sequence of courses in either Computer Science, exclusive of COSC
101 (COSC 1 10 and 210 recommended 1. or Regional Planning (from
the following: RGPL 213. 314. 316, 415)



Bachelor of Science-Biology/Cell and Molecular Biology Track

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section 4S

ssith the following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 121

Natural Science: (HEM 111-112

Liberal Studies Electives: 3cr. PHYS 111. no courses ssith BIOL prefix



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Major:

Required Courses:

BIOL 1 1 1 Principles of Biology 1

BIOL 1 12 Principles of Biology II

BIOL 123 Perspectives in Cell and Molecular Biology

BIOL 210 Botany

BIOL 220 General Zoology

BIOL 250 Principles of Microbiology

BIOL 263 Genetics

BIOL 401 Laboratory Methods in Biology and

Biotechnology
BIOL 410 Molecular Biology Topics

Controlled Eleetivcs: (I)

BIOL 151. 269. 271. 2SI (2), 323, 531, 352, 362. 363.
364, 453. 460. 466. 476, 477. 481 (2). 4S2 (2), 493 (2)
Ancillary Science Requirements:
Organic Chemistry Sequence:
CHEM 23 1 Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 232 Organic Chemistry II
Biochemistry Sequence:
BIOC 301 Biochemistry I

BIOC 302 Biochemistry II

BIOC 3 1 1 Biochemistry Laboratory I

BIOC 312 Biochemistry Laboratory II

Other Science/Mathematics Requirements:
PHYS 121 Physics I Lab
MATH 217 Probability and Statistics
Science/Mathematics Elective:

An additional 4cr in ancillary science mathematics from the
following: BIOC 480. 481. CHEM 321. 323. 331, 340,
MATH 122, PHYS 112. 122

Other Requirements:

Foreign Language Intermediate Level



38



4cr
4cr
lcr
3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr

3cr
3cr

1 lcr



24



4cr
4cr

3cr
3cr
lcr
lcr

lcr
3cr

4cr (3)



0-6
0-6 cr (4)

4-10



120



Free Electives:

Total Degree Requirements:

( 1 ) No more than 6cr total from Independent Study. Special Topics.
Internship applies to major; excess applied as free electives.

(2) No more than 3cr may count toward Controlled I lective
requirements.

(3) Other appropriate majors courses in these departments may be substi-
tuted for one or more of those on the above list with the approval of
the student's ad\ isoi

(4) Two courses beyond placement or intermediate level. Foreign
Language course may count as Liberal Studies Elective (see Liberal
Studies section). In lieu of a foreign language the student may elect to
take a sequence of courses in Computer Science exclusive ol'COSC
101 (COSC 1 10 and 210 recommended).



Bachelor of Science-Biology/Pre-Veterinary Track

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 121

Natural Science: CHEM 111-112

Liberal Studies Electives: Jcr, PSYC 101, no courses with

BIOL prefix

Major: Required Courses:

Biology Core Courses:

BIOL 1 1 1 Principles of Biology I

BIOL 112 Principles of Biologv II

BIOL 210 Botanv

BIOL 220 General Zoology

BIOL 250 Principles of Microbiology

BIOL 263 Genetics



48



-s



4cr
4cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr



Additional Required Biologv ( ourses:
BIOL 242 ( omparative Vertebrate Anatomy
BIOL 331 Animal Developmental Biology
BIOL 352 Comparative Animal Physiology
Controlled Biologv Electives: BIOI 151, 26V. 271.

363. 364. 401. 405. 453. 466. 47(,. 4". 4S1. 4S2. 493

Ancillary Science Requirements:
Chemistrv Sequence:

( HTM 231 Organic Chemistry 1
CHEM 232 Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 351 Biochemistry
Physics Sequence:

PHYS 111 Physics I lecture

Pins 121 Physics I Laboratory

PHYS 112 Physics II Lecture
PHYS 122 Physics II Laboratory

Mathematics:

MATH 216 Probability and Statistics for Natural Sciences

Other Requirements:

Foreign Language Intermediate I evel

Free Electives:

Total Degree Requirements:

(1)



3cr
3 «

3cr
''cr ( 1 )



20

4cr
4cr
4cr

3cr
lcr
Id

lcr

3
3cr

0-6
0-6 cr

4-10



120



No more than 6cr total from Independent Study. Special Topics, and
Internship applies to major: excess applied as free electives



Bachelor of Science-Biology/Pre-Medical Track

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 121

Natural Science: CHEM 111-112

Liberal Studies Electives: 3cr, no courses with BIOL prefix

Major: Required Courses
Biology Core Courses:

BIOL 1 1 I Principles of Biologv I

BIOL 112 Principles of Biology II

BIOL 210 Botanv

BIOL 220 General /oology

BIOL 250 Principles of Microbiology

BIOL 263 Genetics

Additional Required Biologv (ourses:

BIOL 242 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomv

BIOL 331 Animal Developmental Biology

BIOL 352 Comparative Animal Physiology

Controlled Biologv Electives: BIOL 151. 2t-». 271,

363, 364. 401. 405. 453, 466, 476, 477, 481, 4s2. 493

Ancillary Science Requirements:
Chemistrv Sequence:
CHEM 231 Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 232 Organic Chemistiy n
CHEM 351 Biochemistry
Physics Sequence:

pins in
pins i2i
pins ii2
pins 122

Mathematics:

M Mil 216



48



38



Phv sics l 1 ecture
Physics I Laboratory
Physics II I ecture
Physics II I aboratory



4cr
4cr
3cr
3ci
3cr
3cr

Jcr
3ct
3ci

Vcr < 1 )



4cr
4cr
4c r

lcr
3cr

lcr



Probability and Statistics lor Natural Sciences Id



Other Requirements:

Foreign Language Intermediate 1 evel

I in- I lectjves:

Total Degree Requirements:



0-6



0-6 cr

4-10
120



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INDIANA UNIVERSI IV t)l PI NNsy I \ \NI \ I NDI Ri.R \DI Ml ( \i \L(Xi 200V :



1 1 1 No more than 6a total from Independent Study, Special fopics, and
Internship applies to majoi excess applied as free electives



Bachelor of Science in Education-Biology (')

I Iberal Studies: Ka outlined in I iberal Studies section

«iih the following specifications

Mathematics: M Mil 110 «>r 121

Natural Science: CHEM 1 11-112

Social Science: PSY( 101

i Uwral Stadia i lectives: 9cr, MATH 21 '. PHYS 151, one

course » ith t ■! i >s prefix from tin.- 1 iberal Studies Natural Sc ience

(Option II) Nonlaboratory I ist; no courses with BIOI prefix

( ollegc hi I ducation: 29

Preprofessional Education Sequence:

io\l\l 103 Digital Instructional [cchnol 3cr

I DSP 102 I cliu.iiu.n.il Psycholo lei

Professional I ducation Sequence:

1 Dl \ 301



Bachelor of Science-Environmental Health Science



I ducation ol Students with Disabilities in

Inclusive Secondary Settings
I l>s: Assessment of Student Learning Design and

Interpretation of I iluc.iiuni.il Measures
I HI c 242 Pre-Student reaching Clinical Experience I
I 1)1 C }42 Pre-Student reaching Clinical I xperience II
I ni c 441 Student Teaching (1)

1 1)1 ( 442 School I. ra

I |)i (4^1 reaching Science in the Secondary School

Major: I I i

Required Courses:

BIOL III Principles of Biology I

BIOI 112 Principles of Biology II

BIOI 210 Botany

BIOL 220 General Zoology

Biol 250 Principles of Microbiology

BIOL 263 Genetics

BIOL4SO Biology Seminar

Controlled Electives: (2 1

Biolog) electives: (major courses only)

Other Requirements:
( hemistry Sequence:
CHEM23I Organic Chemistry I
I III M 351 Biochemistry (3)

Intal Degree Requirements:

C)



Jcr

(CI

lcr

let

I2cr

lcr

3cr



4cr
4cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
Jci
lcr

8cr



4cr
4cr



29



120



Sec requirements leading to teacher certification, titled "3-Step
Process for Teacher Education," in the College of Education and
Educational Technology section of this catalog.
1 1 ) Eligibility for student teaching and certification in secondary biology
education will require a grade ofC or better in all biology courses and a

cumulative combined GPA of 2.75 or better in biology and education
coursc-
|2) No more than OCT total from BIOL 4X2. 4N1. or 493 applies to major;
excess applied as Tree electives

(3) rhe two-semester (6cr) sequence oi Bl< >< 50 U302 can be substituted

for CHI M 351 to meet the biochemistry requirement
I") See advisory paragraph "Timely Completion of Degree Require-
ments" in the section on Requirements for Graduation






29



I Iberal Studies: \ outlined in I iberal studies section with the
follow i lie specifications
Mathematics: \l Mil 121

Natural Science: CHEM 111-112

Social Science: I . ON [01, I'SVt 101 Ol Sot |51

Liberal Studies I lecttves: ci BTED/COSt II Mi. |i
MATH 216 with I n\ II prefix

Major:

Required ( nurses:

Kb H III Principles ol Biology I 4cr

BIOI 112 Principles of Biology II 4cr

BIOI 241 General Microbiology 3ct

Bit il 480 Biology Seminar lcr

BIOI 4>) * Biology Internship (1) 5cr

ENVH22I Environmental Health and Protection I Vr

I NVH222 Environmental Health and Protection II Jcr

I NVH 323 Introduction to rbxicology and Risk

Assessment Jcr

I N\ II 4<>o Fundamentals of I nvironmental Epidemiology

Other Requirements:

Required Courses:

CHEM 231 organic Chemistry I 4cr

PHYS 111 Physics I 1 ecture Jcr

PHYS 121 Physics I Lab lcr

PLSC250 Public Policy 3cr

PLSC 370 Introduction to Public Administration or

MGM1 'Hi Principles of Management 3cr

SAFE 101 Introduction to Occupational Safety and Health 3cr

s \l 1 210 Environmental Safety and Health Regulations 3d

( nut rolled Electives: Six courses from the following: 18cr

BIOL 221). CHEM 323, I NVH 281, 310, 481, 4s2.
GEOS 121. 122. 331, PHYS 112. 122. RGPL 213. 316. 350.
SAFE 301, 4H2. 461, 462

Total Degree Requirements: 120

( 1 ) Eligibility for a summer internship requires a minimum OCA of 2.5 and
a grade of C or better in all BIOL and ENVH courses






Minor-Biology

Required Courses:

Biol 103-104 General Biology I and nor

BIOL 111-112 Principles of Biology I and II
Additional BIOL courses (1,2)



20



sci
I2cr



Other Requirements:

Student must have at least a 2 GPA in all BIOL courses lor

the minor.
Student must take at least 6cr of biology courses at II P
Must have permission of Biology Department chairperson

(I) With approval of department chairperson

i 2 i \t least S of the 1 2 required additional BIOL cr must come from 200-
level or higher courses



Minor-Environmental Health Science

Required Courses:

BIOI 103-104 General Biology I and 0(1) or

Biol 111-112 Principles of Biolog) I and II
I N\H22I Environmental Health and Protection I <2) Jcr

I N\ II 222 Environmental Health and Protection II (2) 3cr
Biol I NVH 323 Introduction to Toxicology and Risk

Assessment i2i 3cr



20



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BIOL/ENVH 460 Fundamentals of Environmental

Epidemiology (3) 3cr

(1) BIOL 151 or 155 can be substituted for BIOL 1(14.

(2) Prerequisites include CHEM 102 or 1 12.

(3) Prerequisites include MATH 216 or 217.



Biology Honors Track

BIOL 4S4 Honors Seminar

BIOL 483 Honors Thesis Independent Study

BIOL 5XX/6XX Graduate lev el course



2cr ( 1 )
4cr(l, 2)
3cr(3)



( 1 ) May be counted toward the following majors: B.A., B.S.. and B.S.Ed, in
Biology.

( 2 ) Two semesters, 2cr each.

(3) Students must take one course at the 500/600 level during their junior
or senior year. This will be in addition to the biology credits (currently
38 for all tracks) required for the major.



15



12



3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr



Certificate in Cell and Molecular Biology

Core Courses:

BIOL 401 Laboratory Methods in Biology/ Biotechnology

BIOL 405 Biology of the Cell

BIOL 410 Molecular Biology Topics

BIOL 466 Principles of Virology

Elective Course:

One course from the following:

BIOL 323 Introduction to Toxicology and Risk

Assessment 3cr

BIOL 364 Immunology 3cr

BIOL 460 Fundamentals of Environmental Epidemiology 3cr
BIOL 481 Biology Special Topics 3cr



Biochemistry Program

Website: www.vup.edu 'biochemistry

Jonathan N. Southard and N. Bharathan, Co-Coordinators; Butler.

Hinrichsen. Luciano, Sowa, Villemain, Biology and Chemistry faculties:

and professor emeritus Harding

The B.S. degree with a major in Biochemistry is a four-year degree curricu-
lum offered as a cooperative program by the Biology and Chemistry depart-
ments. This Biochemistry Program also offers a minor in Biochemistry.

The curriculum leading to a B.S. degree with a major in Biochemistry begins
with foundation courses in biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics in
the first two years. Specialization in biochemistry commences in the third
year with courses in biochemistry, genetics, physical chemistry, Special
Topics in Biochemistry, and Biochemistry Seminar.

A unique feature of this undergraduate program is that Biochemistry
research is a requirement. After consultation with faculty, the students will
define a problem and devise an experimental plan through library research.
Laboratory research will be done under the direct supervision of a faculty
member. Finally, the student will report on the results of the research in
both written and oral forms

I his program is intended for students whose interests lie in a most exciting
field of modem science. Graduates can expect to be qualified to enter grad-
uate programs in biochemistry, biology, chemistry, and molecular biology,
professional schools in the health sciences, and positions in industrial and
government research laboratories and in industrial production facilities.



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Bachelor of Science-Biochemistry

Liberal Studies: As outlined in the Liberal Studies section 48

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 125 and 126

Natural Science: PIIYS 131-141 and 132-142

Liberal Studies Electives: Ocr

Major:

Required Courses:

BIOC 301 Biochemistry I

BIOC 302 Biochemistry II

BIOC 3 I I Biochemistry Laboratory I

BIOC 3 1 2 Biochemistry Laboratory II

BIOC 401 Laboratory Methods in Biology and

Biotechnology

BIOC 480 Biochemistrj Seminar 1

BIOC 481 Special Topics in Biochemistry

BIOC 482 Independent Research in Biochemistiv

BIOC 490 Biochemistry Seminar II

BIOL 1 1 1 Principles of Biology I

BIOL 250 Principles of Microbiology

BIOL 263 Genetics

CHEM 113 Concepts in Chemistry I

CHEM 114 Concepts in Chemistr) II

CHEM 231 Organic Chemistry 1

CHEM 232 Organic Chemistry II

CHEM 323 Analytical Methods

CHEM 340 Physical Chemistr) for the Biological Sciences

Controlled Electives:

Two courses from the following:

Any 300- or 400-levcl BIOC/BIOL/CHEM courses

COSC 1 10 Problem Solving and Structured Programming

MATH 216 Probability and Statistics for Natural Sciences

Other Requirements:

MATH 225 Calculus III Physics. Chemistry, Mathematics



3cr

3cr
Icr
lcr

3cr
lcr (1)

3cr
2cr

lcr (I)

4cr

3cr

3cr

4cr

4cr

4cr

4cr

4cr

3cr



6-8



Free Electives:

Total Degree Requirements:

( 1 ) lcr each semester of senior year.



10-12

12(1



Minor-Biochemistry

Total credits will depend on the controlled electives used
(9cr minimum required to I2cr for three 4-cr electives)

Required Courses:

BIOC 301 Biochemistry I (la)

BIOC 302 Biochemistry II

BIOC 311 Biochemistiv labor, Hon, I (la)

BIOC 312 Biochemistry laboratory II

Other Requirements:

At least three controlled electives from following: ( 1 1

Bloc 480 Biochemistry Seminal I

BIOC 481 Special fopics in Biochemistry

BIOC 490 Biochemistry Seminar 11

BIOL 250 Principles of Microbiology (lb, d)

BIOL 263 Genetics (lb)

BIOL 350 ( ellulai Physiology

BIOL 352 Comparative Animal Physiology (Id)

BIOL 364 Immunology (Id)

BIOL 401 I aboratory Methods in Biology and

Biotechnology (Id)
BIOL 453 Plant Physiology (Id)
CHEM 232 Organic Chemistry II (lc)
i III \l 322 Instrumental Analysts (lc, d)
CHEM 323 Analytical Methods



17-20



3cr

3cr

lcr
lcr



9-i:



lcr

l-3ci

lcr

3cr

3cr

3er

Hi
HI

3cr
3cr
4cr
4cr

4cr



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INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA I \Ol Kc.K \l'l Ml < VTALOG, 2009-2






ill Hi othei 200-level 01 highci Biologj 01 ( hemistrj courses with
permission ol chairperson ol offering department \ minimum ol 9ci
is required

.1 BIOl 1 1 1 and< III \i 232 are prerequisites
b Required rot Biology majot
t Required foi i hemistrj majoi
d fhesc courses have prerequisites not needed foi the required courses



Department of Chemistry

Website: kwu iup.edu/chemislr)

John c. Wooteock, ( balrperaon; Briggs, I ddj I tcesser, I ord Ko,
Kondo, ICupchella, K> ler, I ake, I eBlond, I ong, \K I Iroy, Sec, Southard,
sow. i, \ iik-in. mi. Wood; and professors emeriti Bordas, ( osta, ( rumm,
Fazio, Harding, Marks, McKelvey, Patsiga, Ramsey, Scroxton, Syty,
fackett, Varughese, Wunz, Zambotti

I b) the Department ofChemistrj are the Bachelor of
Science with a ( hemistrj major, the Bacheloi ol Science with a Chemistrj
Pre-Medicai li.uk. the Bacheloi ol Vrts with .1 Chemistrj major, and the
Bachelor ol Science in I ducation with .1 Chemistrj majoi \ Pre Medical
concentration is available in the H \ curricula Preparatorj programs foi
othei professional schools can be developed foi eithei degn 1 \ minor in
chemistrj is also offered.

I he H s degree with a Chemist!) majoi is a professional degree and is
certified b> the American Chemical Society I he student completing this
major should he qualified to assume a position in industry or government as
a chemist or to pursue graduate studies leading to the \l S. or Ph.D. degree
m chemistry, biochemistry, materials science, forensic science, or an

associated field I he I'rc-Medical I rack includes .ill courses required for
entrance into medical school and gives the student the flexibility i>\
choosing medical school or graduate school after graduation.

I he curriculum leading to the H A. degree with a Chemistry major is de-
signed to allow for the workable union of other disciplines with chemistrj
in such a way as to retain the fundamental science and mathematics require-
ments needed for a career 111 chemistry. A careful selection of electives will
quality the student for entrance into many fields in which there is an acute
need for persons with scientific training, and. at the same time, satisfy the
entrance requirements of various professional and graduate schools. This
degree may also he of interest to students who have completed a significant
number of credits in another degree program and decide they want to earn a
degree in chemistry. The Prc-Medical concentration includes all courses
required for entrance into medical school.

The B.A. degree with a Chemistry major can incorporate a complementary
program in almost any other Geld in the university; some disciplines which
make useful combinations include biology, business administration,
computer science, criminology (forensic science). English (technical
writing I. geoscience. government, physics, and satcty science. In particular.
a student seeking a career in forensic science should major in chemistry.

Either degree in chemistry provides excellent preparation for entrance into
a variety of professional schools, including dental, veterinary, pharmacy,

chiropractic, and law The student considering going to one of these
protcsshm.il schools aftei completion ol a chemistry degree should work
closely w ith his or her ad\ isor and select additional courses as required by
the professional school

The curriculum leading to the H.S.I d degree with a Chemistry major is
designed to prepare the student to teach chemistry at the secondary school
level. Upon completion of the specified coursework and the requirements
of the teacher certification process, the student is eligible for Pennsylvania
certification by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.



Bachelor of Arts-Chemistry

Liberal Studies: \ outlined in Liberal Studies section 4x

with the following spc

Mathematics: M Mil 125

Natural Science: PHYS 111-121 and 1 12-1

PHYS 1 M III and I ^2-142

Liberal studies Electives: let no courses with < III M prefix

Major: 10-33
Required Couries:

CHEM 113 < oncepts in t 'hemi -ler

( III M IN (oncepts in Chemistry II 4cr III

( ill \l 214 lii! Inorganic Chemistrj 2cr

CHEM 231 Organic < hemistry I 4cr

i III M 232 Organii I hemistrj II 4cr

CHEM 321 Quantitative Analysis 4cr

( HEM Ml Physical Chemistrj I 4ct

t III \l J43 Physical < hemistrj I aboratory I lcr

Controlled Electives (2)

At least let from the following 1 III M 501, 122, 535, Ml 3-6ci
t III M 151, Jin til, mot J01, 502, 311



3cr

3cr



15cr
0-3cr



Other Requirements: 21-24

M M II 126 Calculus II Physics, (hemistry. Mathematics
MAUI 225 Calculus III Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
Planned program (with advisor approval 1 m complementary
field of at least I5cr, with at least 6ci ol S00/400-level

courses 1 })

I oreign language Intermediate Level (4)

Free Electives: 15-21

Total Degree Requirements: 120

( I ) CHEM 1 1 I and 1 12 can be substituted for CHEM 1 1 ! and 1 14

(2) Students electing a concentration in Pre-Medicine must take C III M
351 Men or BIOC 301 and 302 (6cr).

(3) Students electing a concentration in Pre-Medicine must take BIOL
III. 151, 263. 331 and a 300-levcl BIOL elective.

(4) Intermediate-level foreign language may be included as Liberal Studies
elective.



Bachelor of Science-Chemistry

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section 48

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 125

Natural Science: PHYS 131-141 and 132-142

Liberal Studies Electives: 3cr, no courses with CULM prefix

Major: 4^

Required Courses:

( III M I 13 Concepts in Chemistry I 4cr

( HEM IN Concepts in Chemistry II 4cr<l)

( 111 M 214 Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry 2cr

CHEM 231 Organic Chemistry 1 4cr

CHEM 232 Organic Chemistry II 4cr

( III M 301 Introduction to Chemical Research lcr

CHEM 321 Quantitative Analysis 4cr

( 111 \l J22 Instrumental Analysis 4er

CHEM 341 Physical Chemistry I 4ct

CHEM 342 Physical Chemistry II 3«

( 111 M 343 Physical Chemistry Laboratory I lcr

( III M M4 Physical Chemistry laboratory II ler

( III M 410 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry laboratory lcr

(HIM 41 I Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 3cr

CHEM 498 Problems in Chemistry 2cr

Controlled Electives: i2i

Additional Chemistry electives from the following: 3cr

( III M 331. 335, 421. 441. 4S1



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Other Requirements:

BIOC 301 Biochemistry I

BIOL 111 Principles of Biologj I

MATH 12d Calculus II Ph\ sics, Chemistry, Mathematics

MATH 225 Calculus 111 Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics

One additional mathematics elective from the following:

MATH 171. 216. 241. 342
Foreign Language Intermediate Level (3)

Free Electives:

Total Degree Requirements:



16-20



3cr

4ci

3cr
3cr

3-4cr
0-3cr



7-11
120



(1)

(2)

(3)



(HIM I 1 1 and 1 12 can be substituted for CHEM 113 and 114.
Qualifying students can also use 500- or 600-level ( 111 \l courses to

meet litis requirement.

Intermediate-level Foreign Language may be included in Liberal Studies

elective.



Bachelor of Science-Chemistry/Pre-Medical Track

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MATH 125

Natural Science: PHYS 131-141 and 132-142

Liberal Studies Electives: 4cr. MATH 126. no courses with

CHEM prefix

Major:

Required Courses:

(111 \1 1 13 Concepts in Chemistry I

CHEM 1 14 Concepts in Chemistry II

CHEM 214 Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry

CHEM 231 Organic Chemistry I

CHEM 232 Organic Chemistry II

CHEM 301 Introduction to Chemical Research

CHEM 321 Quantitative Analysis

( III M 322 Instrumental Analysis

CHEM 341 Physical Chemistry I

CHEM 342 Physical Chemistry II

CHEM 343 Physical Chemistry Laboratory I

CHEM 344 Physical Chemistry Laboratory II

CHEM 410 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory

CHEM 41 1 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry

CHEM 498 Problems in Chemistry

Controlled Electives: (2i

Additional Chemistry electives from the following:

CHEM 331. 335. 421. 441. 481

Other Requirements:

BIOC 301 Biochemistn, I (3)

BIOL I I 1 Principles of Biology I

BIOL 151 Human Physiology

BIOL 263 Genetics

BIOL 331 Animal Developmental Biology

MATH 225 Calculus III Physics. Chemistry. Mathematics

One additional mathematics elective from the following:

MATH 171. 216. 241. 342
Foreign Language Intermediate Level



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