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Goucher College 2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Chemistry Major New (effective Fall 2014)


 

Chemistry Major New Requirements effective Fall 2014


Students should check all courses for the accompanying prerequisites.

 

 

Courses required for the major are:


 

 

And additional 8 credits from the following courses


At least two credits of which must come from CHE 342*, CHE 356, or CHE 373:

 

In addition


Students are required to demonstrate writing proficiency in the major in one of the following courses by the end of their junior year:

Required is:

CHE 335 - Chemical Communication (1 Cr.) (1 Cr.)

and one of the following:

 

The Chemistry Major with ACS Certification


 

 

Courses required for the ACS certified major are:


 

 

 

Note:


That MA 170 and MA 180 must be taken before CHE 265 or CHE 266.

 

Concentration in Secondary Education With Certification in Chemistry


Students planning to teach chemistry in secondary schools after graduation should consult with the chairs of the Departments of Chemistry and Education as early as possible in their academic careers for certification requirements in education. For certification requirements, see description under the Education Department.

 

Honors in the Major


Students must complete an ACS certified major with a minimum GPA of 3.5 in courses in chemistry, mathematics, and physics required for the major. Students must also receive a grade of A or A- in CHE 395Y.