Non ACS-Approved Chemistry Major (Environmental Emphasis)
  41 Credit Hours
   
  Name:  __________________________________ Advisor:  __________________________
   
  Required Courses Credit Hours Sem/Year Grade  
  CHEM 118 Freshman Seminar I 0.5 _________ _________  
  CHEM 119 Freshman Seminar II 0.5 _________ _________  
  CHEM 218 Sophomore Seminar I 0.5 _________ _________  
  CHEM 219 Sophomore Seminar II 0.5 _________ _________  
  CHEM 261 General Chemistry I 4 _________ _________  
  CHEM 262 General Chemistry II 4 _________ _________  
  CHEM 318 Junior Seminar I 0.5 _________ _________  
  CHEM 319 Junior Seminar II 0.5 _________ _________  
  CHEM 321 Quantitative Analysis 3 _________ _________  
  CHEM 341 Environmental Chemistry 3 _________ _________  
  CHEM 353 Organic Chemistry I 4 _________ _________  
  CHEM 354 Organic Chemistry II 4 _________ _________  
  CHEM 418 Senior Seminar I 0.5 _________ _________  
  CHEM 419 Senior Seminar II 0.5 _________ _________  
  CHEM 421 Instrumental Methods of Analysis I 3 _________ _________  
  CHEM 422 Instrumental Methods of Analysis II 3 _________ _________  
  CHEM 462 Physical Chemistry I 4 _________ _________  
  CHEM 499 Introduction to Research 1 _________ _________  
  CHEM 499 Introduction to Research 1 _________ _________  
   
  Choose one course from the three courses below:  
  CHEM 351 Polymer Chemistry 3 _________ _________  
  CHEM 431 Biochemistry I 4 _________ _________  
  CHEM 441 Inorganic Chemistry 4 _________ _________  
  CHEM 453 Advanced Organic Chemistry 3 _________ _________  
  CHEM 462 Physical Chemistry II 4 _________ _________  
   
  Total Chemistry Credit Hours 41-42  
   
  Other Required Supporting Courses May Include:   
  BIOL 141 Principles of Biology 4 _________ _________  
  BIOL 151 Botany 3  
  BIOL 152 Zoology 3  
  BIOL 215 Ecology 3  
  BIOL 251 Environmental Conservation 3 _________ _________  
  GEOL 161 Physical Geology 4  
  GEOL 162 Historical Geology 4  
  GEOL 341 Hydrology 3  
  GEOL 481 Advanced Environmental Geology 4  
  MATH 230 Calculus I 4 _________ _________  
  MATH 330 Calculus II 4 _________ _________  
  PHYS 205 Intermediate Physics I 5 _________ _________  
  PHYS 206 Intermediate Physics II 5 _________ _________  
   
  Science Electives 33  
   
  Courses in bold count toward the 39 credit hours required in 300 and 400 level courses.