Biomedical Chemistry Degree Requirements

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Biomedical Chemistry: - The degree was primarily designed to give students who wish to pursue a career as a medical doctor (MD) or chiropractics. A broad overview of both the chemical and biological subject areas as a means to be a more rounded candidate for entry into those programs.  This degree is also useful for those students wishing to pursue employment in the chemical, biochemical and medical analysis fields.

Chemistry Major Core Requirements - 67-69 Credit Hours

The student must complete all of the following chemistry courses: -

Course Code

Course Name

Number of Credit Hours

Semester/Year Offered

BIOL 110

General Biology

4

Every Fall and Spring

BIOL 221

Human Anatomy & Physiology I

3

Every Fall

BIOL 222

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

3

Every Spring

BIOL 226

General Microbiology

4

Every Fall and Spring

BIOL 400

Immunology

3

Odd year Spring

BIOL 415

Genetics

4

Even Year Fall

BIOL 425

Cellular/Molecular Biology

3

Even Year Spring

CHEM 123

General Chemistry I

4

Every Fall

CHEM 124

General Chemistry II

4

Every Spring

CHEM 300

Organic Chemistry I

4

Every Fall

CHEM 310

Organic Laboratory Techniques

2

Every Fall

CHEM 320

Organic Chemistry II

4

Every Spring

CHEM 330

Organic Synthesis & Spectroscopy

2

Every year Spring

CHEM 410

Biochemistry I

3

Odd year Fall

CHEM 420

Biochemistry II

3

Even Year Spring

MATH 145

Calculus I

4

Every Year Fall

PHYS 221

University Physics I

4

Every year Fall

PHYS 221L

University Physics I Lab

1

Every Year Fall

PHYS 222

University Physics II

4

Every year Spring

PHYS 222L

University Physics II Lab

1

Every Year Spring


The student must complete one of the following courses: -

Course Code

Course Name

Number of

Credit Hours

Semester/Year Offered

CHEM 427

Inorganic Chemistry

3

Odd year Spring

CHEM 427

Physical Chemistry I

4

Odd year Fall

CHEM 221

Quantitative Analysis

5

Even year Fall