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B.S. in Chemistry Curriculum (Non-ACS)

Freshman Year
  • CHEM 1123-1124 General Chemistry I-II and CHEM 1125-1126 General Chemistry Laboratory I-II (8) or CHEM 1107-1108 Principles of Chemistry I-II (9)
  • MATH 1401-1511 Calculus I-II* (8)
Sophomore Year
  • CHEM 2321-2322 Organic Chemistry I-II and CHEM 2315-2316 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I-II or CHEM 2313-2314 Organic Chemistry I-II (8-10)
  • PHYS 1701-1702 General Physics I-II or PHYS 1705-1706 Principles of Physics I-II (6)
  • PHYS 1811-1812 Physics Laboratory I-II or PHYS 1815-1816 Physics Laboratory and Data Analysis I-II (2-3)
Junior Year
  • CHEM 2215 Analytical Chemistry I (4) 
  • CHEM 3415 Physical Chemistry I (4) 
  • Electives as described below (3-4)
Senior Year Electives from the following: (6 total credits required)
  • CHEM 2216 Analytical Chemistry II (4) 
  • CHEM 3512 or CHEM 3522 Elements of Biochemistry (3-4) 
  • CHEM 3611 or CHEM 4601 Inorganic Chemistry (3) 
  • CHEM 4891-4892 Chemistry Research (maximum) (4)
Electives from the following: (8 total credits required)
  • BIOL (above 1202)
  • CHEM Selected from graduate courses or from electives listed above (not to be counted twice)
  • CSAS (above 1111)
  • MATH (above 1411)
  • PHYS (above 1812)

*Students lacking high school trigonometry or making unsatisfactory scores on the Mathematics Placement Test take MATH 1015 Pre-Calculus Mathematics Algebra and Trigonometry, and MATH 1401 Calculus I in the freshman year and MATH 1411 Calculus II in the following Summer Session.

Please note: Classes and program requirements are subject to change. Students who enroll at Seton Hall will follow the catalogue guidelines for the year they matriculate. Catalogues for each year are generally released in the late summer.

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