







a. 
The following courses outside the Department of Chemistry (47 to 56 credits): 


(1) 
One of the following courses (3 to 5 credits): 



BS 
161 
Cell and Molecular Biology 
3 


BS 
162 
Organismal and Population Biology 
3 


BS 
181H 
Honors Cell and Molecular Biology 
3 


BS 
182H 
Honors Organismal and Population Biology 
3 


ENT 
205 
Pests, Society and Environment 
3 


LB 
144 
Biology I: Organismal Biology 
4 


LB 
145 
Biology II: Cellular and Molecular Biology 
5 


MMG 
201 
Fundamentals to Microbiology 
3 


PLB 
105 
Plant Biology 
3 


PSL 
250 
Introductory Physiology 
4 


ZOL 
141 
Introductory Human Genetics 
3 

(2) 
One of the following courses (3 or 4 credits): 



LB 
118 
Calculus I 
4 


MTH 
132 
Calculus I 
3 


MTH 
152H 
Honors Calculus I 
3 

(3) 
One of the following courses (4 credits): 



LB 
119 
Calculus II 
4 


MTH 
133 
Calculus II 
4 


MTH 
153H 
Honors Calculus II 
4 

(4) 
One of the following courses (4 credits): 



LB 
220 
Calculus III 
4 


MTH 
234 
Multivariable Calculus 
4 


MTH 
254H 
Honors Multivariable Calculus 
4 

(5) 
One of the following courses (3 credits): 



MTH 
235 
Differntial Equations 
3 


MTH 
255H 
Honors Differential Equations 
3 


MTH 
340 
Ordinary Differnetial Equations I 
3 


MTH 
347H 
Honors Ordinary Differntial Equations 
3 

(6) 
One of the following sets of courses (4 to 7 credits): 



(a) 
MTH 
299 
Transitions 
4 



MTH 
309 
Linear Algebra I 
3 


(b) 
MTH 
299 
Transitions 
4 



MTH 
314 
Matrix Algebra with Applications 
3 


(c) 
MTH 
317H 
Honors Linear Algebra 
4 

(7) 
One of the following courses (3 credits): 



MTH 
310 
Abstract Algebra I and Number Theory 
3 


MTH 
320 
Analysis I 
3 


MTH 
415 
Applied Linear Algebra 
3 


MTH 
418H 
Honors Algebra I 
3 


MTH 
428H 
Honors Complex Analysis 
3 


MTH 
441 
Ordinary Differential Equations II 
3 


MTH 
442 
Partial Differential Equations 
3 


MTH 
443 
Boundary Value Problems for Engineers 
3 


MTH 
451 
Numerical Analysis I 
3 

(8) 
One of the following groups of courses (8 or 10 credits): 



(a) 
PHY 
183 
Physics for Scientists and Engineers I 
4 



PHY 
184 
Physics for Scientists and Engineers II 
4 



PHY 
191 
Physics Laboratory for Scientists I 
1 



PHY 
192 
Physics Laboratory for Scientists II 
1 


(b) 
PHY 
191 
Physics Laboratory for Scientists I 
1 



PHY 
192 
Physics Laboratory for Scientists II 
1 



PHY 
193H 
Honors Physics I  Mechanics 
4 



PHY 
294H 
Honors Physics II  Electromagnetism 
4 


(c) 
LB 
273 
Physics I 
4 



LB 
274 
Physics II 
4 

(9) 
All of the following courses (12 credits): 



PHY 
215 
Thermodynamics and Modern Physics 
3 


PHY 
321 
Classical Mechanics I 
3 


PHY 
471 
Quantum Physics I 
3 


PHY 
481 
Electricity and Magnetism I 
3 

(10) 
One of the following courses (3 or 4 credits): 



PHY 
410 
Thermal and Statistical Physics 
3 


PHY 
415 
Methods of Theoretical Physics 
4 


PHY 
422 
Classical Mechanics II 
3 


PHY 
431 
Optics I 

3 


PHY 
472 
Quantum Physics II 
3 


PHY 
480 
Computational Physics 
3 


PHY 
482 
Electricity and Magnetism II 
3 


PHY 
491 
Atomic, Molecular and Condensed Matter Physics 
3 


PHY 
492 
Nuclear and Elementary Particle Physics 
3 
b. 
The following courses in the Department of Chemistry (28 to 30 credits): 


(1) 
One of the following pairs of courses (7 or 8 credits): 



(a) 
CEM 
151 
General and Descriptive Chemistry 
4 



CEM 
152 
Principles of Chemistry 
3 


(b) 
CEM 
181H 
Honors Chemistry I 
4 



CEM 
182H 
Honors Chemistry II 
4 


(c) 
LB 
171 
Principles of Chemistry I 
4 



LB 
172 
Principles of Chemistry II 
3 

(2) 
One of the following groups of courses (5 credits): 



(a) 
CEM 
161 
Chemistry Laboratory I 
1 



CEM 
162 
Chemistry Laboratory II 
1 



CEM 
262 
Quantitative Analysis 
3 


(b) 
CEM 
185H 
Honors Chemistry Laboratory I 
2 



CEM 
262 
Quantitative Analysis 
3 


(c) 
CEM 
262 
Quantitative Analysis 
3 



LB 
171L 
Introductory Chemistry Laboratory I 
1 



LB 
172L 
Principles of Chemistry II  Reactivity Laboratory 
1 

(3) 
One of the following pairs of courses (6 credits): 



(a) 
CEM 
251 
Organic Chemistry I 
3 



CEM 
252 
Organic Chemistry II 
3 


(b) 
CEM 
351 
Organic Chemistry I 
3 



CEM 
352 
Organic Chemistry II 
3 

(4) 
One of the following courses (2 or 3 credits): 



CEM 
333 
Instrumental Methods and Applications 
3 


CEM 
395 
Analytical/Physical Laboratory 
2 


CEM 
495 
Molecular Spectroscopy 
2 

(5) 
Both of the following courses (6 credits): 



CEM 
483 
Quantum Chemistry 
3 


CEM 
484 
Molecular Thermodynamics 
3 

(6) 
The following capstone course (2 credits): 



CEM 
499 
Chemical Physics Seminar 
2 


The completion of Chemistry 499 fulfills the department's capstone requirement. Two enrollments in Chemistry 499 are required, 1 credit per enrollment. 
