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1 Major in Chemistry, ACS Certified Concentration 1 MAJOR IN CHEMISTRY, ACS CERTIFIED CONCENTRATION Students who wish to work as professional chemists should select the ACS Certified Concentration to obtain professional certification by the American Chemical Society. The ACS-approved curriculum of this concentration offers an extensive and rigorous chemistry education that gives students intellectual, experimental, and communication skills to become effective chemistry professionals. Requirements Effective Fall 2018 Chemistry majors must achieve a minimum grade of C in all the listed courses required for the major in chemistry. Freshman Select one course from the following: -4 CHEM 111 General Chemistry I (GT-SC2) A CHEM 117 General Chemistry I for Chemistry Majors CHEM 112 General Chemistry Lab I (GT-SC1) A 1 CHEM 11 General Chemistry II CHEM 114 General Chemistry Lab II 1 CHEM 192 Introductory Seminar in Chemistry 1 CHEM 261 Fundamentals of Inorganic Chemistry CO 150 College Composition (GT-CO2) 1A MATH 160 Calculus for Physical Scientists I (GT-MA1) 1B 4 PH 141 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I (GT-SC1) A 5 STAT 01 or 15 Introduction to Statistical Methods Statistics for Engineers and Scientists Arts and Humanities B Sophomore AUCC Credits Total Credits 0-1 CHEM 4 Quantitative Analysis Laboratory 1 CHEM 5 Introduction to Analytical Chemistry 4A PH 142 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II (GT-SC1) A 5 Select one group from the following: 8 Group A: CHEM 41 Modern Organic Chemistry I CHEM 4 Modern Organic Chemistry II CHEM 44 Modern Organic Chemistry Laboratory Group B: CHEM 45 Organic Chemistry I CHEM 46 Organic Chemistry II Select one group from the following: 8 Group A: MATH 161 Calculus for Physical Scientists II (GT-MA1) 1B MATH 261 Calculus for Physical Scientists III Group B (strongly recommended for all Chemistry majors): MATH 271 Applied Mathematics for Chemists I MATH 272 Applied Mathematics for Chemists II Biological and Physical Sciences 1 4 Total Credits 29 Junior BC 51 or 401 Principles of Biochemistry Comprehensive Biochemistry I CHEM 440 Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory 4B 2-4

2 2 Major in Chemistry, ACS Certified Concentration Select one group from the following: 8 Group A: CHEM 474 Physical Chemistry I CHEM 475 Physical Chemistry Laboratory I CHEM 476 Physical Chemistry II 4B CHEM 477 Physical Chemistry Laboratory II Group B: CHEM 47 Foundations of Physical Chemistry 4B CHEM 475 Physical Chemistry Laboratory I Select one course from the following: BC 40 Comprehensive Biochemistry II BC 46 Molecular Genetics BC 465 Molecular Regulation of Cell Function Advanced Writing 2 Arts and Humanities B Historical Perspectives D Social and Behavioral Sciences C Electives Total Credits Senior CHEM 41 Instrumental Analysis 4 CHEM 461 Inorganic Chemistry CHEM 462 Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory 2 Select one course from the following: 2 CHEM 49 Seminar 4C CHEM Senior Thesis 4C Advanced Science Electives (see list below) 6-7 Global and Cultural Awareness E Electives Advanced Science Electives List Total Credits 1- Program Total Credits: 120 Code Title Credits College of Natural Sciences AA XX or AA 4XX BC XX or BC 4XX BZ XX or BZ 4XX CHEM XX or CHEM 4XX CS XX or CS 4XX CT XX or CT 4XX LIFE XX or LIFE 4XX MATH XX or MATH 4XX NSCI XX or NSCI 4XX PH XX or PH 4XX PSY XX or PSY 4XX STAT XX or STAT 4XX College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences BMS 00 Principles of Human Physiology 4 BMS 01 Human Gross Anatomy 5 BMS 02 Laboratory in Principles of Physiology 2 BMS 10 Anatomy for the Health Professions 4 BMS 25 Cellular Neurobiology BMS 0 Microscopic Anatomy 4 BMS 45 Functional Neuroanatomy 4 BMS 60 Fundamentals of Physiology 4 BMS 405 Nerve and Muscle-Toxins, Trauma and Disease BMS 420 Cardiopulmonary Physiology BMS 425 Introduction to Systems Neurobiology BMS 450 Pharmacology ERHS 20 Environmental Health - Water and Food Safety ERHS 2 Principles of Epidemiology ERHS 410 Environmental Health and Waste Management ERHS 446 Environmental Toxicology ERHS 450 Introduction to Radiation Biology MIP 00 General Microbiology MIP 02 General Microbiology Laboratory 2 MIP 4 Food Microbiology

3 Major in Chemistry, ACS Certified Concentration MIP 5 Food Microbiology Laboratory 2 MIP 42 Immunology 4 MIP 4 Immunology Laboratory 2 College of Engineering ATS 50 Introduction to Weather and Climate 2 ATS 51 Introduction to Weather and Climate Lab 1 BIOM 06/BTEC 06 Bioprocess Engineering 4 BIOM 421 BIOM 422 Transport Phenomena in Biomedical Engineering Kinetics of Biomolecular and Cellular Systems BIOM 441 Biomechanics and Biomaterials CBE 10 Molecular Concepts and Applications CBE 20 Chemical and Biological Reactor Design CBE 0 Process Simulation CBE 1 Momentum Transfer and Mechanical Separations CBE 2 Heat and Mass Transfer Fundamentals CBE 49/CIVE 49 Environmental Engineering Chemical Concepts CBE 442 Separation Processes 4 CIVE 00 Fluid Mechanics CIVE 22 Basic Hydrology ECE 41 Electromagnetic Fields and Devices I ECE 42 Electromagnetic Fields and Devices II ECE 404 Experiments in Optical Electronics 2 ECE 441 Optical Electronics ECE 442 Numerical Algorithms for VLSI Modeling 4 ECE 457 Fourier Optics ECE 471A Semiconductor Physics 1 ECE 471B Semiconductor Junctions 1 MECH 7 Thermodynamics 4 MECH 42 Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Flow Processes MECH 44 Heat and Mass Transfer Warner College of Natural Resources ESS 11 Ecosystem Ecology ESS 411 Earth Systems Ecology FW 00 Biology and Diversity of Fishes 2 FW 01 Ichthyology Laboratory 1 FW 400 Conservation of Fish in Aquatic Ecosystems FW 405 Fish Physiology FW 455 Principles of Conservation Biology FW 467 Wildlife Disease Ecology NR 00 Biological Diversity NR 5/BZ 5 Global Change Ecology, Impacts and Mitigation NR 67 Concepts in Vertebrate Nutrition NR 70 Coastal Environmental Ecology College of Agriculture ANEQ 00B/ BSPM 00 Topics in Animal Sciences: Livestock Entomology 1 ANEQ 05 Functional Large Animal Physiology ANEQ 10 Animal Reproduction ANEQ 20 Principles of Animal Nutrition 4 BSPM 02 Applied and General Entomology 2 BSPM 0A Entomology Laboratory: General 2 BSPM 50 Science Illustration 2 BSPM 61 Elements of Plant Pathology BSPM 450 Molecular Plant-Microbe Interaction HORT 401 Medicinal and Value-Added Uses of Plants HORT 476 Environmental Plant Stress Physiology SOCR 22 Principles of Microclimatology SOCR 0 Principles of Genetics SOCR 1 Genetics Laboratory 1 SOCR 41 Microbiology for Sustainable Agriculture 1 SOCR 455 Soil Microbiology SOCR 467 Soil and Environmental Chemistry SOCR 470 Soil Physics College of Health and Human Sciences FTEC 50 Fermentation Microbiology 2 FTEC 60 Brewing Processes FTEC 400 Food Safety FTEC 447 Food Chemistry 2 FTEC 572 Food Biotechnology 2 HES 0 Biomechanics and Neurophysiology HES 07 HES 19 Biomechanical Principles of Human Movement Neuromuscular Aspects of Human Movement HES 40 Physiology of Exercise 4 HES Electrocardiography and Exercise Management Select from the list of courses in category A of the All-University Core Curriculum (AUCC) with BZ or LIFE subject codes. Must include a laboratory. CHEM 499 Senior Thesis by department approval. Students fulfilling the AUCC 4C requirement with CHEM 499 must write a thesis and present it to the department. Select additional Advanced Science Electives courses (upperdivision, 00- to 400-level) to total at least 10 credits when combined with the choice of BC 51 or BC 401 in the junior year. Select enough elective credits to bring the program total to a minimum of 120 credits, of which at least 42 must be upper-division (00- to 400-level). Major Completion Map Distinctive Requirements for Degree Program: TO PREPARE FOR FIRST SEMESTER: The curriculum for the Chemistry major - ACS Certified concentration assumes students enter college prepared to take calculus. Entering students who are not prepared to take calculus will need to fulfill pre-calculus requirements in the first semester. CHEM 111 requires Algebra II as a prerequisite (this prerequisite is met by having Algebra II by test credit, transfer credit, or placement out of MATH 117 and MATH 118 on Math Placement Exam). 4 4

4 4 Major in Chemistry, ACS Certified Concentration Earned grades of C or better are required in all listed courses for the major in chemistry. Freshman Semester 1 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits Select one course from the following: X -4 CHEM 111 General Chemistry I (GT-SC2) X A CHEM 117 General Chemistry I for Chemistry Majors X CHEM 112 General Chemistry Lab I (GT-SC1) X A 1 CHEM 192 Introductory Seminar in Chemistry X 1 CO 150 College Composition (GT-CO2) X 1A MATH 160 Calculus for Physical Scientists I (GT-MA1) X 1B 4 Arts and Humanities Total Credits Semester 2 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits CHEM 11 General Chemistry II X CHEM 114 General Chemistry Lab II X 1 CHEM 261 Fundamentals of Inorganic Chemistry X PH 141 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I (GT-SC1) X A 5 Select one course from the following: X STAT 01 Introduction to Statistical Methods X STAT 15 Statistics for Engineers and Scientists X CO 150 must be completed by the end of Semester 2. X Sophomore Total Credits 15 Semester Critical Recommended AUCC Credits CHEM 4 Quantitative Analysis Laboratory X 1 CHEM 5 Introduction to Analytical Chemistry X 4A Select one course from the following: X -4 CHEM 41 CHEM 45 Modern Organic Chemistry I Organic Chemistry I Select one course from the following: X 4 MATH 161 MATH 271 Calculus for Physical Scientists II (GT-MA1) X 1B Applied Mathematics for Chemists I X Biological and Physical Sciences X 4 Total Credits Semester 4 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits PH 142 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II (GT-SC1) X A 5 Select one from the following: X 4-5 CHEM 4 & CHEM 44 CHEM 46 Modern Organic Chemistry II X Organic Chemistry II X Select one course from the following: X 4 MATH 261 Calculus for Physical Scientists III X

5 Major in Chemistry, ACS Certified Concentration 5 MATH 272 Junior Applied Mathematics for Chemists II X Total Credits 1-14 Semester 5 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits BC 51 or 401 Principles of Biochemistry Comprehensive Biochemistry I CHEM 440 Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory X 4B 2 Select one group from the following 0-4 Group A (4 credits): CHEM 474 Physical Chemistry I X CHEM 475 Physical Chemistry Laboratory I X Group B (0- credits): BC 46 (If not taking BC 40 or BC 465 Semester 6) Molecular Genetics Arts and Humanities B Social and Behavioral Sciences C Total Credits Semester 6 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits Select one group from the following: 4-8 Group A (4 credits): CHEM 476 Physical Chemistry II X 4B CHEM 477 Physical Chemistry Laboratory II Group B (5-8 credits): CHEM 47 Foundations of Physical Chemistry X 4B CHEM 475 Physical Chemistry Laboratory I BC 40 or 465 (If BC 46 not taken Semester 5) Comprehensive Biochemistry II Molecular Regulation of Cell Function Advanced Writing X 2 Historical Perspectives D Elective CHEM 261, CHEM 4, CHEM 5, PH 142 must be completed by the end of Semester 6. Senior Total Credits 1-17 Semester 7 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits CHEM 41 Instrumental Analysis X 4 Select one course from the following: X 2 CHEM 49 Seminar X 4C CHEM 499 Senior Thesis X 4C Global and Cultural Awareness E Electives 6 CHEM 440, CHEM 474 must be completed by the end of Semester 7. X Total Credits 15 Semester 8 Critical Recommended AUCC Credits CHEM 461 Inorganic Chemistry X CHEM 462 Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory X 2 Advanced Science Electives (See list on Concentration Requirements page) X 6-7 Electives X 5-6 X -4

6 6 Major in Chemistry, ACS Certified Concentration The benchmark courses for the 8th semester are the remaining courses in the entire program of study. Total Credits Program Total Credits: 120 X

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