The Chemistry-Preprofessional major combines the study of chemistry with the study of human and microbial biology to provide the student a foundation for continuing his or her education in an allied health field. This major is designed to provide curricular flexibility to students who are interested in studying chemistry while preparing to attend pharmacy, optometry, or dental school. Students enrolled in this degree program will work closely with their CHMP advisor to select elective courses that best meet their career objectives.
Four Year Plan
A chemistry-preprofessional major might complete the required science courses according to the following schedule. Students need not exceed a full load (16 credits/semester) to graduate in four years. Note: Required General Education/Bradley Core Curriculum courses would be distributed among the eight semesters.
|Freshman||General Chemistry I with lab
|General Chemistry II with lab
From Molecules to Cells with lab
|Sophomore||Organic Chemistry I with lab
Human A&P with lab
Physics I with lab
|Organic Chemistry II with lab
Physics II with lab
|Junior||Biochemistry with lab
|Analytical Chemistry with lab
Biology and Chemistry Electives
|Senior||Physical Chemistry I
Biology or Chemistry Electives
|Biology and Chemistry Electives
To see a more detailed list of the requirements, please see the listing in the Undergraduate Catalog.