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Department of Chemistry
1530 S Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
219 Jones Hall
Tallahassee, Florida 32307
 
 
 

Undergraduate Program Overview


Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Chemistry

Students may choose any of the four Bachelor of Science degree programs as a major course of study. The Bachelor of Science program with teacher certification is designed to train students for careers in secondary education. The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry program with certification by the American Chemical Society is designed to prepare students for immediate industrial employment or graduate training. The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry/Pre-Medicine/Pre-Dentistry program is designed for students who plan careers in medicine or dentistry. The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry/Biochemistry prepares students for careers in biochemistry, biotechnology, medicine or dentistry. No chemistry course with a grade below "C" will be acceptable as credit toward a major or minor in chemistry. A Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry is a gateway to a number of challenging, enriching and high-paying careers.  Students may choose any of the four Bachelor of Science degree programs as a major course of study.

Chemistry (Code: A4201)

The Bachelor of Science (American Chemical Society Certified) is designed to prepare students for immediate employment or graduate school.

Biochemistry (Code: A4204)

The Bachelor of Science/Biochemistry (American Chemical Society Certified) is designed to prepare students for careers in Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Medicine, Dentistry or graduate school.

Pre-Medicine/Pre-Dentistry (Code: A4203)

The Bachelor of Science (Pre-Medicine/Pre-Dentistry) is designed for students who plan careers in Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary Science.

Chemistry Minor Requirements

*CHM 1045/1046 & *CHM 1045L/1046L
*CHM 2210/2211 & *CHM 2210L/2211L
Plus Four Additional Semesters Hours Approved By The Department

Acceptable Grades

No Course With A Grade Below “C” Will Be Acceptable As Credit Toward A Major Or Minor In Chemistry.

* This is a state common prerequisite. Substitutes accepted in the state Common Prerequisite Manual will be accepted.