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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog - SCCC & Day Students 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog - SCCC & Day Students [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Chemistry, B.A.


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The Chemistry B.A. is intended for those students who wish to combine a technical background in chemistry with other career goals. The curriculum for the B.A. in Chemistry provides foundational knowledge in chemistry combined with great flexibility in choosing electives that which permit the design of a program to fit the student’s individual aspirations. This degree is intended for those students who wish to combine a technical background with other career goals. For example, the B.A. in Chemistry is ideal for students who wish to teach or those who wish to pursue advanced education in patent-law, business, chemical engineering, or health-sciences (i.e., pre-medical, pre-pharmacy, pre-dental). Students in the BA program may also select from one of our career focused concentrations (Clinical Chemistry or Environmental Chemistry).

Student Learning Objectives

Students majoring in chemistry with the B.A. degree will

  1. Demonstrate knowledge in the general theories of Chemistry in four of the five major areas: analytical, inorganic, organic, physical, and biochemistry
  2. Apply quantitative skills in solving complex problems
  3. Write effectively on chemical topics using correct grammar and a style appropriate for the discipline of chemistry
  4. Speak effectively on chemical topics in a format appropriate for the discipline of chemistry

Major Academic Map

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Supporting Courses


B.A. in Chemistry majors must also take the following supporting courses:

Approved Electives


B.A. in Chemistry majors must also select 14 additional credit hours from the following approved electives:

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