Chemistry

Major(s)

Chemistry (Non-Comprehensive)

Bachelor of Science
  1. General Education Program and Requirements

  2. Major Requirements

    1. CHM 160(4), 161(1), 170(3), 171(1), 302(5), 342(5), 343(5), 375(3), 398(1)*, 492(0), 498(1)*, 502(3), 503(1); CHM 505(4) or 506(3) and 507(3) and 508(2); and one hour from CHM 397* or 399*,**

    2. Chemistry electives from one of the following categories:

      1. For a basic chemistry program without a specific area of emphasis, at least eight hours from CHM 352(3), 376(2), 399*,** or 499(1-3)*, 460(3) or 461(3), 509(2)

      2. For students with a strong interest in environmental chemistry: CHM 460(3), 461(3), 462(2)

      3. For students with a strong interest in biochemistry or health careers: CHM 554(3), 555(2), 556(3), 557(2)

      4. For students with a strong interest in education: CHM 352(3), 435(1), 460(3), 462(2). Students interested in pursuing certification for high school science teaching should declare a Foundation of Interdisciplinary Science minor.

      5. For a specific area of interest not included in categories a, b, c, or d: at least nine hours of chemistry courses numbered greater than 300 selected in consultation with the student’s academic advisor and approved by the department head.

    3. Public Affairs Capstone Experience will be fulfilled by completion of CHM 398 and 498(2); and CHM 397 or 399 or 499(1)
    4. Related science and mathematics requirements:

      1. MTH 261*** and 280(10) or MTH 261*** and 288(8) or MTH 287 and 288(6)

      2. PHY 123*** and 124(8) or PHY 203*** and 204(10)

        *Will also count toward the Public Affairs Capstone Experience requirement
        **If using CHM399 to fulfill B.1. and B.2.a.: Any hours of CHM399 used to fulfill B.2.a. are in addition to B.1.

        ***Will also count toward General Education requirements

  3. Minor Required (or second major)

  4. General Baccalaureate Degree Requirements

Chemistry (Comprehensive)

Bachelor of Science
  1. General Education Program and Requirements
  2. Major Requirements
    1. CHM 160(4), 161(1), 170(3), 171(1), 302(5), 342(5), 343(5), 375(3), 398(1)*, 492(0), 498(1)*, 502(3), 503(1), 506(3), 507(3), 508(2), 554(3), 575(3)
    2. Related science and mathematics requirements:
      1. MTH 287 and 288(6) or MTH 261** and 280(10) or MTH 261** and 288(8)
      2. PHY 123** and 124(8) or PHY 203** and 204(10)
      3. Recommended: CSC 111(3)
    3. Public Affairs Capstone Experience will be fulfilled by completion of CHM 398 and 498(2); and CHM 397 or 399 or 499(1)
    4. Complete requirements in one of the following options:
      1. Biochemistry: This option is designed for students preparing for graduate study and/or careers in biochemistry.
        1. CHM 399(1-3)* or 499(1-3)*
        2. CHM 555(2), 556(3), 557(2)
        3. BIO 121(4)**, 235(3), 236(1), 320(4)
        4. Recommended: BIO 310(5)
      2. Graduate School/Industrial: This option is designed for students preparing for graduate study in chemistry and/or industrial positions.
        1. CHM 376(2) and 509(2)
        2. Select one course from: CHM 514(3), 542(3), 556(3)
        3. Select two hours from CHM 397(2)*, 399(1-2)*, 499(1)*
          *Will also count toward Public Affairs Capstone Experience requirement
          **Will also count toward General Education requirements
  3. General Baccalaureate Degree Requirements

Minor(s)

Chemistry

Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science
  1. CHM 160(4), 161(1), 170(3), 171(1); CHM 201(3) and 202(2) or 342(5)
  2. Select an emphasis area from the options below:
    1. Analytical: CHM 302(5)
    2. Biochemistry: CHM 352(3) and 353(2); or CHM 554(3) and 555(2)
    3. Environmental: CHM 460(3) and 461(3)
    4. Inorganic: CHM 375(3) and 376(2)
    5. Organic: CHM 343(5) or 344(3); and CHM 514(3) or 542(3)
    6. Physical: CHM 506(3); and CHM 507(3) or 508(2)
    7. Pre-health: CHM 343(3); and CHM 352(2) or 554(3)
    8. Student Option: Select at least 8 hours in CHM courses numbered 302 or higher.

Accelerated graduate program in Chemistry

Eligible Missouri State undergraduate students may apply for admission to the Chemistry program and begin taking graduate course work as they complete the work for a bachelor’s degree. A maximum of 12 hours of graduate credit may be counted toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree (Mixed Credit). Refer to the Graduate Catalog for specific admission requirements.

Refer to Undergraduate Students Taking Graduate Classes for additional information and procedures for obtaining permission for Mixed Credit.

Accelerated graduate program in Natural and Applied Science

Eligible Missouri State undergraduate students may apply for admission to the Master of Natural and Applied Science program and begin taking graduate course work as they complete the work for a bachelor’s degree. A maximum of 12 hours of graduate credit may be counted toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree (Mixed Credit). Refer to the Graduate Catalog for specific admission requirements.

Refer to Undergraduate Students Taking Graduate Classes for additional information and procedures for obtaining permission for Mixed Credit.

Accelerated graduate program in Plant Science

Eligible Missouri State undergraduate students may apply for admission to the Plant Science program and begin taking graduate course work as they complete the work for a bachelor’s degree. A maximum of 12 hours of graduate credit may be counted toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree (Mixed Credit). Refer to the Graduate Catalog for specific admission requirements.

Refer to Undergraduate Students Taking Graduate Classes for additional information and procedures for obtaining permission for Mixed Credit.