Degree Requirements

Required Courses for Major 67 credits
Chemistry  
CH 111 General Chemistry I   5 credits
CH 112 General Chemistry II 5 credits
CH 242 Quantitative Analysis     2 credits
CH 315 Organic Chemistry I 3 credits
CH 317 Organic Chemistry I Laboratory 1 credit
CH 325 Organic Chemistry II
3 credits
CH 327 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory 1 credit
CH 435 Gas and Liquid Chromatography 2 credits
CH 450 Biochemistry I           4 credits
CH 189 Medicinal Plant Chemistry Seminar I 1 credit
CH 289 Medicinal Plant Chemistry Seminar II 1 credit
CH 389 Medicinal Plant Chemistry Seminar III 1 credit
CH 420 Medicinal Plant Chemistry I 5 credits
CH 421 Medicinal Plant Chemistry II 5 credits
Biology  
BI 111 Introductory Biology: Principles 4 credits
BI 112 Introductory Biology: Diversity 4 credits
BI 230 Plant Kingdom 4 credits
BI 431 Plant Physiology 4 credits
Mathematics  
MA 171 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 4 credits
Earth, Environmental, and Geographical Sciences  
GC 100 Physical Geography 4 credits
GC 202 Soils 4 credits
Select one track: Entrepreneurial or Bio-analytical  
Entrepreneurial Track     24 credits
ACT 230 Principles of Accounting I 4 credits
ACT 240 Principles of Accounting II 4 credits
MGT 215 Entrepreneurship    4 credits
FIN 351 Financial Management I 4 credits
FIN 413 New Venture Finance: Capital Formation and Legal Issues 4 credits
MKT 230 Introduction to Marketing or  MKT 310 Marketing for Entrepreneurship 4 credits
Bio-analytical Track 22-23 credits
CH 215 Chemistry of the Elements 4 credits
CH 241 Chemical Equilibrium 3 credits
CH 437 Atomic Spectrometry 1 credit
BI 218 Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology 4 credits
BI 312 Genetics 4 credits
BI 412 Biostatistics 4 credits
BI 433 Boreal Flora 2-3 credits
Additional Gen. Ed. Required 30 credits
EN 111 College Composition I 4 credits
EN 211 College Composition II 4 credits
Gen Ed.: Perspectives on Society 8 credits
Gen Ed.: Human Expression 4 credits
Gen Ed.: Integrative Thinking 4 credits
Gen Ed.: Social responsibility in a Diverse World 4 credits
UN 100 Freshman Seminar    2 credits
Total Credits 120

 

For more information, contact Dr. Mark Paulsen, Department Head, chemistry department.

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