Due to the impending snowstorm, the university closed at 11 a.m. Monday (Jan. 26)
for students, faculty and non-essential staff. All classes scheduled to start after
11 a.m. Monday are canceled. While the residence halls will remain open with limited
services, residential students are strongly advised to return home Monday if they
are safely able to do so. With blizzard-like conditions expected as the storm intensifies
late Monday through Tuesday, movement around campus to Connecticut Hall and other
locations will be difficult. The university will remain closed Tuesday during the
height of the storm. Wednesday's status will be announced once the extent of the cleanup
after the storm is known.
This sequence includes the chemistry courses required for the ACS (American Chemical
Society) Approved Bachelor of Science Degree. Research experience is highly recommended.
A total of two upper-level electives (this would include research) are required with
completion of CHE 301/445/496. At least one elective in chemistry must include laboratory
exercises. Completion of University Requirements and 21-22 elective credits completes
the minimum of 120 credits for the degree.
(*Starting point: math placement in Precalculus. Lower placement in MAT may require
more than 4 years
to complete the degree requirements.)
(**Research is not a requirement for ACS Approved Degrees or completion of the Chemistry
but meets the lab elective requirement and is strongly suggested as an elective in
the fourth year.)
First year requirements and cognates:
General Chemistry I & II (CHE 120/121 - fall/spring)