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|††CHEM 121 or
|General Chemistry I for Science Majors
General Chemistry I for Science Majors Honors
|††CLAB 123||General Chemistry Laboratory I for Science Majors||1||hour|
|LS 102||Introduction to Information Research||1||hour|
|ENGL 101G||Freshman Composition||3||hours|
|MATH 2001,G||Calculus I||5||hours|
|SE 101||Freshman Academic Success at Southeastern||2||hours|
|††CHEM 122 or
|General Chemistry II for Science Majors
General Chemistry II for Science Majors Honors
|††CLAB 124||General Chemistry Laboratory II for Science Majors||1||hour|
|ENGL 102G||Critical Reading and Writing||3||hours|
|MATH 201G||Calculus II||5||hours|
|GBIO 151G||General Biology I||3||hours|
|BIOL 152||General Biology Laboratory I||1||hour|
|††CHEM 265||General Organic Chemistry I||3||hours|
|††CLAB 267||General Organic Chemistry Laboratory I||1||hour|
|†CHEM 271||Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry||3||hours|
|†CLAB 274||Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory||1||hour|
|ENGL 230 or
ENGL 231 or
|GBIO 153||General Biology II||3||hours|
|CMPS 120 or
Algorithm Design and Implementation I
|††CHEM 266||General Organic Chemistry II||3||hours|
|††CLAB 268||General Organic Chemistry Laboratory II||1||hour|
|PHYS 221||General Physics||3||hours|
|PLAB 223||General Physics Laboratory||1||hour|
|†CHEM 221||Mathematics for Chemists||3||hours|
|†CHEM 481||Biochemistry I||3||hours|
|†CLAB 485||Biochemistry Laboratory I||1||hour|
|PHYS 222||General Physics||3||hours|
|PLAB 224||General Physics Laboratory||1||hour|
Language 201 or
Introduction to Public Speaking
|†CHEM 482||Biochemistry II||3||hours|
|†CLAB 486||Biochemistry Laboratory II||1||hour|
|†CHEM 251||Analytical Chemistry||3||hours|
|†CLAB 256||Analytical Chemistry Laboratory||1||hour|
|†CHEM 395||Physical Chemistry I||3||hours|
|†CLAB 391||Physical Chemistry Laboratory I||1||hour|
|†CHEM 410||Chemical Literature||1||hour|
Total semester hours required 120
Southeastern 101 is not required of transfer or readmitted Southeastern students with 30 hours or more. Those students will replace Southeastern 101 with 2 hours of free electives.
GGeneral Education Courses
Concentration 2 is recommended for those students who plan to attend graduate school in biochemistry or who are seeking admission into a program in medicine, pharmacy, or dentistry.
†All Chemistry courses specified above will be used to calculate the major GPA which must be a degree 2.0.
††Chemistry core curriculum course; grade of “C” or better required. This course will also be used to calculate the major GPA which must be a degree 2.0.
1Math 161 and 175 may be used as electives for those students whose Math ACT score is insufficient for direct entry into Math 200.
2Must be selected from Visual Arts, Music, Theatre, or Dance.
3Concentration electives (7 hrs) must be selected from the following courses: †any 300+ or higher CHEM or CLAB course (1-3), GBIO 200 (3), GBIO 312 (3), MIC 205 and MICL 207 (4), or ZOO 392 (4).
4Students who intend to pursue a post-graduate education are advised to select a foreign language.
5Chemisty elective (7 hrs) can be any 300-level or higher †CHEM or CLAB course.
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