University of Vermont

2013-2014 Catalogue

Chemistry (Bachelor of Arts)

Overview

Students choose to concentrate in one of three areas: General, Biomolecular, or Environmental Chemistry. All three are acceptable degrees for continuation to a variety of advanced degree programs in chemistry or other sciences as well as medicine, veterinary science, law, or business.

General Requirements

Specific Requirements

General Concentration:

CHEM 035/CHEM 036 (or CHEM 031/CHEM 032 or CHEM 031/CHEM 036), CHEM 121, CHEM 143/CHEM 144 (or CHEM 141/CHEM 142; or CHEM 141/ CHEM 144), CHEM 146, CHEM 161/CHEM 162, CHEM 167, CHEM 201/CHEM 202, CHEM 221, CHEM 231, CHEM 282; MATH 021/MATH 022; PHYS 051/PHYS 152.

Biomolecular Concentration:

CHEM 031 or CHEM 035, CHEM 032 or CHEM 036, CHEM 121, CHEM 141 or CHEM 143, CHEM 142 or CHEM 144, CHEM 162, CHEM 201, CHEM 205, CHEM 231, CHEM 282, MATH 021, MATH 022; PHYS 011/PHYS 021, or PHYS 051, PHYS 012/PHYS 022 or PHYS 152, BIOL 001 or BCOR 011, BIOL 002 or BCOR 012, BCOR 103, and one of the following: BIOC 206 or PHRM 328 or one course chosen from a list of approved courses.

Environmental Concentration:

CHEM 031 or CHEM 035, CHEM 032 or CHEM 036, CHEM 121, CHEM 141 or CHEM 143, CHEM 142 or CHEM 144, CHEM 161 (requires CHEM 167 or MATH 121) or CHEM 162, CHEM 201, CHEM 221, CHEM 231, CHEM 282; MATH 021, MATH 022; PHYS 011 /PHYS 021, or PHYS 051, PHYS 012/ PHYS 022 or PHYS 152; and two courses chosen from a list of approved courses.

Students completing the B.A. with a chemistry major in either the Biomolecular or Environmental concentrations may not also receive the B.S. with the biochemistry major.

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