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  Nov 25, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Chemistry with a concentration in Pre-Health, B.S.


Admission Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Students must have a grade of C or higher in MATH 129  or MATH 131 and a grade point average of 2.0 or better to be admitted to the program.

Program Requirements

Core Requirements: Minimum of 38 credits in the core curriculum required of all students. Students who enter as first-time freshmen must take an entering freshman and rising junior assessment to complete core requirements.

Program Admission Requirements: See Admission Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Chemistry above.

Other Major Requirements: Students must have a grade of C or higher in all courses and a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher in order to graduate.

Graduation Requirements: All graduating seniors are required to complete the Graduating Senior Assessment after completing 90 or more semester hours (including credit by examination), but not later than the graduation semester.

University College Core Curriculum: 39 credits


Transitional Studies - University Studies: 2 Credits


UNIV 101-102 required for all first time students; UNIV 110 required for transfer students with fewer than 30 transfer credits. Students do not earn credit if requirement is waived. UNIV 111 may be required based on academic performance.

Select one option from the following:

  • UNIV 101 - Freshman Seminar I and UNIV 102 - Freshman Seminar II
  • UNIV 110 - University Studies
  • UNIV 111 - University Studies for Student Success

Transitional Studies - Life Skills: 2 Credits


Select two credits from the following:

  •     ENTR 100 - Entrepreneurial Thinking
  •     FINC 100 - Financial Literacy
  •     GEOG 110 - Environmental Literacy
  •     HEED 112 - Health and Wellness
  •     PEDU 101 - Swimming (Coed)
  •     PEDU 107 - Weight Training
  •     PEDU 112 - Golf
  •     PEDU 120 - Tennis and Badminton
  •     PEDU 122 - Volleyball
  •     PEDU 130 - Basketball
  •     PEDU 132 - Bowling
  •     PEDU 140 - Conditioning Exercise

Communication Skills - Written Communication: 3 Credits


  • ENGL 110 - English Composition I

Communication Skills - Oral Communication: 3 Credits


Select one from the following:

Information Literacy: 3 Credits


  • ENGL 120 - English Composition II

Reasoning Skills - Critical Thinking: 3 Credits


Not required for students with 60+ transfer credits. Students do not earn credit it requirement is waived.

Select one from the following:

  • PHIL 110 - Critical Thinking
  • PHIL 220 - Introduction to Logic

Reasoning Skills - Quantitative Reasoning: 3 Credits


MATH 121 may be required based on profile scores. Some core courses require a one-hour lab.

Select one from the following:

  • MATH 131 - Algebra and Trigonometry
  • MATH 129 - Precalculus Mathematics I

Scientific Literacy - Natural Sciences: 8 Credits


At least one natural science class must include a lab. Some majors require two lab sciences, increasing requirement to 8 credits.

  •     CHEM 141 - General Chemistry I Lecture
  •     CHEM 142 - General Chemistry I Laboratory
  •     CHEM 161 - General Chemistry II Lecture
  •     CHEM 162 - General Chemistry II Laboratory

Scientific Literacy - Social Sciences: 3 Credits


Select one from the following:

  •     CRJC 210 - Introduction to Criminology
  •     ECON 211 - Principles of Macroeconomics
  •     ECON 212 - Principles of Microeconomics
  •     GEOG 210 - Principles of Geography
  •     HIST 212 - The United States since 1865
  •     POLI 200 - Introduction to Political Science
  •     POLI 210 - Principles of American Government
  •     POLI 220 - Principles of Public Administration
  •     PSYC 210 - General Psychology
  •     SOCI 210 - Principles of Sociology

Humanities and Creative Arts: 3 Credits


Select one from the following:

  •     ART 210 - Survey of Art
  •     COMM 220 - Film & Video Appreciation
  •     ENGL 220 - African-American Literature I
  •     ENGL 223 - African-American Literature II
  •     ENGL 240 - Introduction to Literature
  •     ENGL 250 - Women in Literature
  •     ENGL 253 - Images of Women
  •     HIST 210 - African-American History
  •     HUMN 211 - Humanities: Music, Art, and Ideas I
  •     HUMN 212 - Humanities: Music, Art, and Ideas II
  •     MUSI 210 - Music Appreciation
  •     MUSI 225 - A History of Jazz in American Culture
  •     MUSI 260 - African-American Music
  •     PHIL 210 - Introduction to Philosophy
  •     RELI 215 - Introduction to the Bible
  •     THEA 203 - Introduction to Theatre

Global Literacy: 3 Credits


Not required for students with 30+ transfer credits from a foreign institution. Students do not earn credit if requirement is waived.

Select one from the following:

  •     ANTH 210 - Introduction to Anthropology
  •     ART 150 - Manga and Sequential Art in World Culture
  •     ART 215 - Survey of Global Art
  •     BADM 210 - Introduction to Global Literacy
  •     CHIN 110 - Elementary Chinese I
  •     CHIN 120 - Elementary Chinese II
  •     ENGL 211 - World Literature I
  •     ENGL 212 - World Literature II
  •     FREN 110 - Elementary French I
  •     FREN 120 - Elementary French II
  •     GEOG 220 - World Regional Geography
  •     HIST 110 - World History to 1600
  •     HIST 120 - World History since 1600
  •     HIST 270 - An Introduction to Africa in the World
  •     PHIL 211 - Introduction to World Religions
  •     POLI 230 - Ethics and Global Affairs
  •     SOCI 150 - The Global Society
  •     SPAN 110 - Elementary Spanish I
  •     SPAN 112 - Spanish for the Professions I
  •     SPAN 120 - Elementary Spanish II
  •     SPAN 122 - Spanish for the Professions II
  •     SPAN 211 - Intermediate Spanish I
  •     THEA 242 - Contemporary World Drama
  •     YORU 110 - Elementary Yoruba I
  •     YORU 120 - Elementary Yoruba II

 

Ethics and Civic Engagement: 3 Credits


Not required for students with 60+ transfer credits. Students do not earn credit if requirement is waived.

Select three credits from the following:

  • BADM 220 - Ethics in a Contemporary World
  • CRJC 203 - Criminal Justice Ethics
  • EDUC 211 - Laboratory Experiences in Area Schools
  • ENGL 232 - Introduction to Film and Visual Literacy
  • ENGL 233 – Hip Hop: Poetry, Politics, and Pop Culture
  • ETCE 101 - Foundations of Ethics and Civic Engagement
  • ETCE 102 - Intermediate Ethics and Civic Engagement in Action
  • ETCE 103 - Advanced Ethics and Civic Engagement in Action
  • ETCE 200 - Ethics and Civic Engagement in Action
  • GEOG 270 - Human Beings and the Environment
  • HCM 200 - Ethics for Health Professions
  • PHIL 120 - Moral Principles and Contemporary Moral Issues
  • PHIL 212 - African-American Philosophy
  • PNUR 210 - Introduction to Professional Nursing
  • POLI 110 - Introduction to Sustainability
  • POLI 150 - North Carolina Government and Politics
  • SWRK 220 - Introduction to Human Services

 

Program Requirements: 87 Credits


Total Credit Hours: 126