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The B.A. courses in Chemistry and Chemistry Education follow a similar course selection for the freshman year. Chemistry Education students take 24 credits of education classes throughout the four years, including student teaching. The B.S. program in Chemistry also has a similar course selection for the freshman year, but this program offers a heavier concentration of upper level chemistry classes. Biochemistry majors focus on a Biology emphasis, with the second and third years deviating from the other majors.
Both B.A. degrees in Chemistry and Chemistry Education require 9 credits of each Group (A, B and C), with a total of 27 credits overall. The B.S. degree in Chemistry or Biochemistry requires a minimum of 6 credits in each group (A, B and C), with a total of 21 credits of Group Requirements. Group A: Creative Arts and Humanities Examples of course selections include: Appreciation of Music (MUSC-101), Biblical and Classical Literature (CMLT-202), Anthropology and Human Nature (ANTH-205).Group B: Culture and Institutions Through Time Examples of course selections include: Introduction to Art History I (ARTH-153), Postwar America: The United States Since 1945 (HIST-310 and HIST-311), African American Literature I (ENGL-344).Group C: Humans and Their Environment Examples of course selections include: Mass Communication and Culture (COMM-245), World Regional Geography (GEOG-120), General Psychology (PSYC-201).The B.S. in Chemistry with Environmental Concentration includes the same requirements as the B.S. in Chemistry. However, 14 free elective credits in the latter curriculum are replaced with 8 credits of biology, geography or geology courses and 6 credits of advanced coursework in the chemistry of the environment to meet the ENCH requirement. Total credits to graduate: Chemistry or Chemistry Education (B.A.): 124 credits Chemistry (B.S.): 124 credits Biochemistry (B.S.): 124 credits
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