CHEMISTRY UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM
Degree offered: Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
Concentration in Premedicine
Certification by the American Chemical Society
Traditional Program focused on Analytical and Physical Chemistry
Traditional Program focused on Organic Chemistry
Traditional Program focused on Biochemistry
Chemistry Majors should understand the following:
Alternatives are available to some core and major requirements. Please see a degree program adviser for specific guidelines.
For American Chemical Society certification, add ten hours in addition to required course, Chem 4600, in Area G. The ACS certification does not have to extend your graduation. Please see your advisor for program planning.
1. Required Courses (6)
Chem 4330 Advanced Synthesis (3)
Chem 4210 Inorganic Chemistry (3)
2. Select additional elective courses. (4)
Chem 4050, 4170, 4370, 4400, 4410, 4450, 4490, 4590, 4610, 4620, 4840, or other approved courses (must be different from major elective choices)
If a students wishes to minor in chemistry he or she must take 15-18 hours of courses in chemistry, including at least nine hours at the 3000-level or above. Students taking more than 15 hours in courses in chemistry may count the additional hours toward their electives or may consider completing a double major. A grade of C or higher is required in all courses counting toward the minor.
Chemistry 1050, 1101K-1102K and 1151K-1152K are of primary interest to students in liberal arts, health sciences, education, business administration, and policy studies. Students in specific programs should consult with an adviser in their program to verify applicability of the above named courses to their specific needs. These courses cannot be applied to a science degree program in the College of Arts and Sciences.
The printed catalog is the only authorized version of this information and must be consulted when planning course schedules.
For more information about application procedures for the GSU Chemistry Bachelor of Science program please contact:
Department of Chemistry
Georgia State University
P.O. Box 4098
Atlanta, Georgia 30302-4098
Petit Science Center 380