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Undergraduate Bulletin 2006-2008 
    
Undergraduate Bulletin 2006-2008 [Archived Catalog]

Chemistry (B.S.C.)


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Program: B.S.C.
Department of Chemistry
School of Arts and Sciences

Science Building 496 ~ 260-481-6289 ~ www.ipfw.edu/chem

The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (B.S.C.) program helps you prepare for graduate study in chemistry and chemistry-related careers in industry or government. Providing the best preparation for any career involving chemical research, this program fulfills recommendations of the Committee on Professional Training of the American Chemical Society, and graduates are certified to the ACS as having fulfilled its requirements.

To earn the B.S.C., you must fulfill all requirements for the B.S. with a major in chemistry (listed above) and complete the additional courses listed below.

Additional credits from the following Credits: 3


or other departmentally approved advanced courses in chemical engineering, computer science; geochemistry, surface chemistry, mathematics, molecular biology, physics, and other allied fields

  • CHM - courses numbered 300 and above

Additional Credits: 17


Biochemistry Option


The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (B.S.C.) with biochemistry option helps you prepare for graduate study in biochemistry, and for biochemically oriented careers, particularly in the pharmaceutical and health industries. This program fulfills recommendations of the Committee on Professional Training of the American Chemical Society, and graduates are certified to the ACS as having fulfilled the requirements.

To earn the B.S.C. biochemistry option, you must fulfill all requirements for the B.S. with a major in chemistry (listed above) and complete the additional courses listed below.

The following is highly recommended:


Additional Credits: 16-20


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