This page serves as a general suggestion for students looking to complete their Environmental Chemistry Option degree within four years. We always recommend working with your adviser to find the best academic plan for you.

Freshman Year (45 Total Credits)
BI 211 a, 212, 213 Biology (8)
CH 231 (or 231H) & 271, 232 (or 232H) & 272, 233 (or 233H) & 273 General Chemistry (15)
CH 220 b Careers in Chemistry (1)b
MTH 112 c
Elementary Functions (4) c
MTH 251, 252 Calculus (8)
WR 121(or 121H) Writing I (Bacc Core) (3)
COMM 111(or 111H) OR COMM 114(or 114H) OR COMM 211 OR COMM 218 Speech (Bacc Core) (3)
HHS 231 and PAC or HHS Lab Fitness (Bacc Core) (3)
Sophomore Year (45 Total Credits)
CH 334, 335, 336 Organic Chemistry (9)
CH 361, 362 Experimental Chemistry I (6)
MTH 254 Vector Calculus I (4)
PH 211 & 221, 212 & 222, 213 & 223 General Physics (15)
BI 314 Cell and Molecular Biology (4) c
Writing II (Options here) Writing II (Bacc Core) (3)
Skills or Perspective Course (Options here) Perspectives (Bacc Core) (3)
Electives General Electives (1)
Junior Year (45 Total Credits)
CH 461 and CH 462 (WIC) OR CH 463 (WIC) OR CH 464 (WIC) Experimental Chemistry II (6)
CH 440, 441, 442 Physical Chemistry (9)
CH 421, 422 Analytical Chemistry (6)
MB 302, 303 General Microbiology and Laboratory (5)
ST 201 OR 314 Statistics (3)
TOX 430 Chemical Behavior in the Environment (3)
TOX 455 Environmental Toxicology (3)
Perspective or DPD Course (Options Here) Perspective or DPD (Bacc Core) (6)
Synthesis Course (Options Here) Synthesis (Bacc Core) (3)
Electives General Electives (1)
Senior Year (45 Total Credits)
CH 411 Inorganic Chemistry (3)
Environmental Chemistry Electives from Approved List Environmental Chemistry Electives (9-12)
Perspective Course (Options Here) Perspective (3)
Synthesis Course (Options Here) Synthesis (3)
Electives General Electives (22-26)

BI 211 is not a requirement for the Environmental Chemistry option but it is an enforced pre-requisite for BI 314 (beginning Spring 2007). BI 211, 212, & 213 can be taken in any order. BI 211 can also apply as an Environmental Chemistry elective.
First Year Orientation for chemistry majors strongly recommended (1 cr. P/N)
c MTH 112 is not a required course for the BS chemistry degree.

Baccalaureate Core Requirements

Additional Information about the environmental chemistry option