Dual Degree Option (BS/MS in Chemistry)

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Variations on this sample curriculum are possible. Please see the University Catalog for a detailed description of the program curriculum. Current students should refer to their program evaluation when registering for courses.

COURSETITLESEMESTER HOURS
Year G1–Fall (BS/MS)
CHE 731Advanced Organic Chemistry4
CHE 714/LSpectroscopic Analysis (w/ Lab)3
PSB 346Physio-Chemical Properties of Drug Molecules3
Distribution Elective*3
Advanced Course*3
Semester Total16
Year G1–Spring (BS/MS)
CHE 445LExperimental Methods in Chemistry3
CHE 450Pharmaceutical Chemistry I3
CHE 710Seminar1
CHE 880 or CHE 885Research OR Literature Based Research3
Advanced Courses*4-6
Semester Total14-16
Year G1–Summer
CHE 880 or CHE 885Research OR Literature Based Research3
Semester Total3
Year G2–Fall
CHE 711Seminar1
CHE 751/LPharmaceutical Chemistry II (w/ Lab)4
CHE 810Heterocyclic Chemistry2
CHE 880 or CHE 885Research OR Literature Based Research3
Semester Total10
Year G2–Spring**
CHE 825Internship9
Semester Total9
Year G2–Summer**
CHE 880 or CHE 885Research OR Literature Based Research3
Semester Total3

*See the University Catalog to explore specific Advanced (CHE, BIO, PSB) Course and Distribution Elective options.
**CHE 825 Internship could be taken in either of the three semesters: G1-Summer, G2-Spring, or G2-Summer. CHE 880 Research will be taken in the other two semesters.