Sample Timetable for B.S. in Chemistry with Premed Option (track two)

Year

Fall

Winter

Spring

1

CH 231 & 271
MTH 112 a
CH 220 b
BI 211
CH 232 & 272
MTH 251
BI 212
CH 233 & 273
MTH 252
BI 213
(BI 109)c

2

CH 334
CH 361
MTH 254
PH 211 & 221 (or PH 201)
CH 335
CH 362
PH 212 & 222 (or PH 202)
CH 336
PH 213 & 223 (or PH 203)
 

3

CH 440
BI 314
CH 324 d
CH 441
ST 351
BI 311
CH 442
CH 463 (WIC)

4

CH 411
BB 450 (or BB 490)
PHL 444
CH 412
BB 451 (or BB 491)


a MTH 112 can be taken for preparation for MTH 251 if score on ALEKS Math Placement test is 59% or less; MTH 112 is not a required course for the chemistry degree.

b Chemistry majors are strongly encouraged to take the chemistry major's orientation course, "Careers in Chemistry", fall term.  This is 1 cr (P/N)  

c BI 109, Health Professions: Medical - is a PreMed Orientation course and strongly suggested.  This is a 1 cr (P/N). A PreDental orientation course is taught winter term (BI 107).

d CH 324, an analytical chemistry course, is taught every term. The combination of CH 421, CH 422, and CH 461 may be substituted for CH 324 for students who desire the strongest background in analytical chemistry. With these three analytical chemistry courses, only one inorganic chemistry course is required (CH 411) so that the required credit hours only increases by 2 compared to program shown in the table. Note that CH 421 and CH 461 are taught only Fall term and CH 422 is given only winter term.

The order of courses is suggested. For the track-two core courses (CH, MTH, PH), the order is very critical because of prerequisites and the fact that most CH courses are taught only one term per year.  The option courses (BI, BB, ST 351, PH 444) can be taken at different times than indicated, but one must be concerned with the prerequisites for BB courses and upper division BI courses and the fact that many upper division BB and some upper division BI courses are taught only one term per year.

Bacc core courses are not shown in the table but are specified at Baccalaureate Core Requirements

Students in this option should also meet with Chere Pereira, the chief premed advisor for the College of Science (her office is in Kidder 128).  Drs. Walker, Myles and Sleszynski are the premed advisors in the department of chemistry.

Additional Information about the premed option

Sample curriculum by year

last revised 09/11/2014 (cp)