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1 Department of Chemistry Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Coordinator: Deb Mlsna Advisors: Professors Joseph Emerson and Steven Gwaltney 5 Hand Chemical Laboratory Chemistry is concerned with the properties and compositions of substances and the transformations which they undergo. Because chemistry is a basic science to many careers, two undergraduate degree programs and three concentrations are offered to provide the needed flexibility for majors. These degrees are the B.S. and the B.A. degrees. A minimum of hours is required for the B.S. degree and the B.A. degree. The department also offers the M.S. and the Ph.D. graduate degrees. Students in other majors may earn a minor in Chemistry by achieving at least a.00 average in a total of hours of chemistry with of the hours in upper-division courses and a minimum of of the total hours completed at MSU. The American Chemical Society (ACS) has continually approved the department and its curriculum since 9, and awards a certificate to students who complete the ACS program with their BS degree. The ACS program is primarily intended as preparatory for graduate study in chemistry leading to a career in basic research. Graduates could also go directly into research and development positions in industry. Students seeking information on the ACS certification should contact a major advisor. The B.A. degree program has a stronger liberal arts emphasis and could serve as a preparation for a secondary teaching career, chemical sales, or further study in a professional school. B.S. in Chemistry General Education and Degree Requirements English Composition EN 0 English Composition I or EN 6 Accelerated Composition I EN English Composition II or EN 7 Foreign Language Accelerated Composition II semesters - one Foreign Language (see advisor) 6 Humanities Literature - see A&S requirements History - see A&S requirements Mathematics MA 7 Calculus I MA 7 Calculus II Fine Arts See A&S requirements Natural Sciences See Major Core - Consult Advisor for specifics 9- Social Sciences Must be from different areas and must be selected from University/ A&S Core 6 PSY 0 Major Core General Psychology (required for pre-medicine) CH Professional Chemistry: Paths CH Integrated Chemistry I CH Integrated Chemistry II CH Professional Chemistry: Tools CH Analytical Chemistry I Laboratory CH Analytical Chemistry I CH Professional Chemistry: Literature CH Professional Chemistry: Research CH Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I CH 5 Analytical Chemistry Laboratory II

2 Department of Chemistry CH 5 Analytical Chemistry II CH 55 Integrated Organic I CH 56 Integrated Organic II CH 7 Senior Seminar Oral Communication Requirement Satisfied by successful completion of CH,,,, and 7. Writing Requirement Satisfied by successful completion of CH,, and 7. Computer Literacy Satisfied by successful completion of CH,,,,, 5, and 7. CH can be replaced by CH and CH CH can be replaced by CH and CH CH 55 can be replaced by CH 5 and CH 5 CH 56 can be replaced by CH 5 and CH 5 Choose one of following paths to complete the B.S. degree: B.S. with non-a.c.s. certification Choose one of the following: CH & CH CH & CH CH 0 & CH CH 0 & CH Thermodynamics and Kinetics Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy I I Chemistry Elective 6 PH Physics I or PH General Physics I PH Physics II or PH General Physics II or PH General Physics III Number of credit hours needed to bring the total number of credit hours to. Consult advisor. Total Hours Advisor approved chemistry or biochemistry courses 000-level and above. A.C.S. concentration CH Inorganic Chemistry CH Advanced Inorganic Laboratory CH Thermodynamics and Kinetics CH Physical Chemistry Laboratory I CH Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy CH Physical Chemistry Laboratory II CH 60 Undergraduate Research BCH 60 General Biochemistry PH Physics I PH Physics II MA 7 Calculus III

3 Department of Chemistry Number of credit hours needed to bring the total number of credit hours to. Consult advisor. Total Hours Pre-Medical concentration CH 0 & CH BCH 60 General Biochemistry BCH 6 General Biochemistry PH Physics I or PH General Physics I PH Physics II or PH General Physics II or PH Technical and General Physics III BIO Biology I BIO Biology II BIO 0 Cell Biology or BCH 7 Molecular Biology BIO 0 General Microbiology BIO 0 Genetics I or BIO Human Genetics BIO 50 Comparative Anatomy BIO Immunology BIO 5 Animal Physiology Number of credit hours needed to bring the total of credit hours to. Consult advisor. Total Hours Pre-Pharmacy Requirements The pre-pharmacy program is intended for students who wish to attend the School of Pharmacy at the University of Mississippi. Students may choose to obtain the B.S. with non-acs certification degree or complete only the pre-pharmacy requirements, for which a degree is not awarded from MSU. The courses listed below will satisfy the requirements for the School of Pharmacy at the University of Mississippi. Most pharmacy schools have similar requirements. However, students who wish to attend other pharmacy schools should check the specific requirements for that school. Required Courses CH Chemistry I CH Investigations in Chemistry I CH Chemistry II CH Investigations in Chemistry II CH 5 Organic Chemistry I CH 5 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I CH 5 Organic Chemistry II CH 5 Organic Chemistry Laboratory II BCH 60 General Biochemistry BCH 7 Molecular Biology or BIO 0 Cell Biology BIO Biology I BIO Biology II BIO 0 Human Physiology BIO 0 General Microbiology

4 Department of Chemistry BIO 05 Pathogenic Microbiology 5 BIO Immunology BIO 0 Genetics I or BIO Human Genetics PHI Medical Ethics EN 0 English Composition I EN English Composition II ST Introduction to Statistics MA 7 Calculus I PH General Physics I PH General Physics II CO 00 Fundamentals of Public Speaking EC Principles of Microeconomics Electives Social and Behavioral Science Electives 5 6 Humanities and Fine Arts Electives 6 9 To bring the total number of credit hours up to CH and CH can be replaced by CH CH and CH can be replaced by CH CH 5 and CH 5 can be replaced by CH 55 CH 5 and CH 5 can be replaced by CH 56 At MSU EC Principles of Macroeconomics is a pre-requisite for the required course EC (see above), and EC will count as one social science elective. In addition to EC one course from either Psychology, Sociology, Political Science, or Anthropology is required. At least credit hours required in each of the two main areas. Humanities Electives should be chosen from the areas: English Literature, Foreign Language, History, Religion or Philosophy B.A. in Chemistry General Education and College Requirements English Composition EN 0 English Composition I or EN 6 Accelerated Composition I EN English Composition II or EN 7 Accelerated Composition II Foreign Language semesters - one Foreign Language (see advisor) 9 Humanities Literature - see General Education courses History - see General Education courses Philosophy - see A&S Core Electives (Must be from different areas) See A&S Core 9 Math See A&S requirements 6 Fine Arts See A&S requirements Natural Sciences See Major Core - Consult advisor for specifics 9- Social Sciences See A&S requirements 6 Social Sciences Electives - See advisor 5 Major Core

5 Department of Chemistry 5 CH Professional Chemistry: Paths CH Integrated Chemistry I CH Integrated Chemistry II CH Professional Chemistry: Tools CH Analytical Chemistry I Laboratory CH Analytical Chemistry I CH Professional Chemistry: Literature CH Inorganic Chemistry or CH Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I CH Professional Chemistry: Research CH 55 Integrated Organic I CH 56 Integrated Organic II CH 7 Senior Seminar Chemistry Electives - See advisor 6 7 PH General Physics I or PH Physics I PH General Physics II or PH Physics II PH General Physics III or PH Physics III Oral Communication Requirement Satisfied by successful completion of CH,,,, and 7. Writing Requirement Satisfied by successful completion of CH,, and 7. Computer Literacy Satisfied by successful completion of CH,,,,, and Number of credit hours needed to bring the total number of credit hours to. Consult advisor. Total Hours 5 6 CH can be replaced by CH and CH CH can be replaced by CH and CH CH 55 can be replaced by CH 5 and CH 5 CH 56 can be replaced by CH 5 and CH 5 Must be from different areas and must cross disciplines over the 8 hours. Only one Economics allowed. Advisor approved chemistry courses 000-level and above

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