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2010 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Chemistry, Biochemistry Concentration, BS


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General Education Core Requirements


   
 

Level I

Competencies

   
 
  • Basic College Math
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Computer Literacy
  Level II
 

Distribution Sequences (18-20 credits)

   
 
  Level III
  • ____ ____ (Literature I) 3 Credit(s) ______
  • ____ ____ (Literature II) 3 Credit(s) ______
 

Distribution Electives (15 credits)

   
  Among the distribution electives, the student must earn at least 3 but no more than 9 additional semester hours in each of the three divisions.
   
 

Humanities (Division I)

   
 
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Science/Mathematics (Division II)

   
 
 

Social Sciences (Division III)

   
 
  • ____ ____ _________________________________ __ ______
  • ____ ____ _________________________________ __ ______
  (Note: Courses allowable as distribution electives are marked DI, DII, or DIII in the College Catalog.)
   
  QUANTITATIVE (Q)_____ DIVERSITY (V)_____ WRITING (W)_____
   
  Level I to be completed in the first 30 credits
  Level II to be completed in the first 53 credits
  Level III to be completed before graduation

Courses in Major (41 credits total)


‡ Free Electives (13 credit minimum)


May be necessary to take additional credits to attain the minimum 120 credits required for graduation.

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  • ____ ____ _________________________________ ____ ______
  • ____ ____ _________________________________ ____ ______
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Additional Information and Notes


* These are required support courses which may also be used to satisfy the indicated Distribution requirements. A student may choose to fulfill Distribution requirements with courses other than the ones listed, but these listed courses must still be taken.

Note: If a course is used to satisfy two or more requirements, (for example, a support course and a distribution elective), the credits are counted in only one place. Using a course to satisfy more than one requirement does not reduce the total credits required for graduation.

+ ITC 100  is required of students who did not pass the Computer Literacy Test and must be taken in the first semester of the Freshman year or the transfer year.

‡ It is strongly recommended that students elect additional mathematics, physics, biology and computer science courses.

Exceptions in the timing of courses will be made for transfer students.

Total minimum credits for graduation: 120


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