for the Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Chemical Biology degree

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Freshman – Fall Semester
Course Credits
CHEM 105 Principles of Chemistry I 3
BIOL 214 Genes and Evolution 3
BIOL 214L Genes and Evolution Laboratory 1
MATH 125 Mathematics I 4
Freshman – Spring Semester
Course Credits
CHEM 106 Principles of Chemistry II 3
CHEM 113 Principles of Chemistry Lab 2
BIOL 215 Cells and Proteins 3
BIOL 215L Cells and Proteins Laboratory 1
MATH 126 Mathematics II 4
Sophomore – Fall Semester
Course Credits
CHEM 233 Introduction to Organic Chemistry Laboratory I 2
CHEM 323 Organic Chemistry I 3
PHYS 115 Introductory Physics I 4
Sophomore – Spring Semester
Course Credits
CHEM 306 [2] Chemical Biology Laboratory 3
CHEM 328 Introductory Biochemistry 3
PHYS 116 Introductory Physics II 4
Junior – Fall Semester
Course Credits
CHEM 301 Introductory Physical Chemistry I 3
CHEM 304 [1] Quantitative Analytical Chemistry Lab 2
CHEM 310 [1] Foundations of Analytical Chemistry 3
Junior – Spring Semester
Course Credits
(technical elective) [3] 3
Senior – Fall Semester
Course Credits
(technical elective) [3] 3
Senior – Spring Semester
Course Credits
CHEM 398 Undergraduate Research / Senior Capstone 3-6

[1] CHEM 304 and CHEM 310 have been restructured as of fall 2012. CHEM 304 has been reduced from 4 credits to 2 credits, and the lab sections are now 3 hours instead of 5 hours long. CHEM 310 lecture is now a co-requisite. Students who have completed neither must add both courses to the SIS shopping cart in order to enroll.

[2] CHEM 305, CHEM 306, and CHEM 332 are approved departmental seminar courses. Chemistry and Chemical Biology majors do not have to take any other courses to fulfill the departmental seminar SAGES requirement.

[3] 6 credits of Advanced Electives are required. Courses from other allied departments, e.g., Biochemistry, Biology, Biomedical Engineering or Macromolecular Science and Engineering, numbered 300 or higher, could be used to fulfill this requirement. Course specific approval should be addressed with the Undergraduate Affairs Committee of the chemistry department.