Curriculum for a Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry/Pre-Professional


 

Pre-Professional Chemistry is designed for students who wish to acquire considerable chemical background in preparation for careers outside chemistry such as one of the health professions. Completion of this curriculum fulfills basic educational requirements for admission to most health professional programs such as dentistry, medicine, optometry, osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, podiatry, and veterinary medicine.

First Year
First Semester    
01-101 English Composition I 3
16-100 Lifetime Fitness and Wellness 2
24-101 General and Elementary Analytical Chemistry I 4
24-191 University Seminar I 1
25-121 or 25-251 College Algebra or Calculus I 3-4
XX-101 Elementary Foreign Language I 3
    16-17
Second Semester    
01-102 English Composition II 3
24-102 General and Elementary Analytical Chemistry II 4
24-192 University Seminar II 1
25-122 or 25-252 Trigonometry or Calculus II 3-4
XX-102 Elementary Foreign Language II 3
    14-15
Second Year
First Semester    
24-201 Elementary Quantitative Analysis 4
24-301 Organic Chemistry I 4
25-251 or XX-XXX Calculus I or Elective 3-4
26-201 General Physics I 4
    15-16
Second Semester    
24-302 Organic Chemistry II 4
25-252 or XX-XXX Calculus II or Elective 3-4
26-202 General Physics II 4
31-395 Global Societies 3
    14-15
Third Year
First Semester    
01-200 Speech 3
23-101 General Biology I 4
24-303 Physical Chemistry I 4
34-201 or
34-202 or
34-203 or
34-204
American Civilization to 1865
American Civilization from 1865
The African-American Experience to 1865
The African-American Experience from 1865
3
XX-XXX Elective 3
    17
Second Semester    
23-102 General Biology II 4
24-304 Physical Chemistry II 4
24-306 Instrumental Analysis 3
24-308 Inorganic Chemistry 4
    15
Fourth Year
First Semester    
01-201 or 205 World Literature I or African-American Literature I 3
24-403 Biochemistry 4
24-XXX Senior Capstone 3
33-103 or
34-101 or
34-102 or
34-201 or
34-202 or
34-203 or
34-204 or
36-201 or
37-101 or
40-201
Introduction to Political Science or
World Civilization to the Eighteenth Century or
World Civilization from the Eighteenth Century or
American Civilization to 1865 or
American Civilization from 1865 or
The African-American Experience to 1865 or
The African-American Experience from 1865 or
Introduction to General Psychology or
Introduction to Sociology or
Macroeconomics
3
XX-XXX Elective 3
    16
Second Semester    
01-202 or 206 World Literature II or African-American Literature II 3
01-113 or
03-105 or
03-201 or
03-202 or
05-101 or
06-100 or
06-101
Introduction to Theatre or
Contemporary Moral Issues or
Introduction to Philosophy or
Ethics or
Introduction to Art or
African-American Music or
Introduction to Music
3
XX-XXX Electives 6
    12
  Total Credit Hours: 122