Biochemistry

BIOCHEMISTRY

Program Coordinators: 

Todd Hamilton                                                             Todd_Hamilton@georgetowncollege.edu

Mark Johnson                                                              Mark_Johnson@georgetowncollege.edu

Note:

  • Should take CHE 111/112/113 (General Chemistry I) not CHEM 100, 102 or 171 during freshman year.

If MATH ACT is below 22, it is suggested that the student take MAT107 (college Algebra) and start CHE111 sophomore year.

  • Students planning health-related careers such as dentistry, pharmacy, medicine, veterinary medicine, nursing, physical therapy, etc. should take CHE 111 and NOT CHE 100, CHE 102, or CHE 171.

 Interdisciplinary Major

(B.S. degree) A total of sixty semester hours required. Thirty-four hours of Chemistry, which must include CHE 111, CHE112, CHE113, CHE201, CHE202, CHE309, CHE310, CHE331, CHE341, CHE342, CHE343, CHE450, and CHE451.  Additionally, two courses must be chosen from CHE 332, CHE400, CHE305, and CHE315, plus one lab chosen from CHE333 or CHE325 if needed to reach a total of 34 hours. Sixteen hours of Biology, which must include BIO111, BIO212, BIO335, and BIO337.  The required allied courses are MAT125, MAT225, and PHY211.  (No minor required.)

 

Flags

Q: CHE111, CHE112, CHE113, CHE213, CHE331, BIO111, BIO335, MAT125, MAT225, PHY211

 

Recommended Sequence of Courses

First Year:

Fall Semester Completed Spring Semester Completed

*CHE 111

 

*CHE 112

 

BIO 111 CHE 113
*BIO 212

Second Year:

Fall Semester Completed Spring Semester Completed
CHE 201 CHE 309

CHE 202

CHE 310

 

*MAT 125

*MAT 225

 

*PHY 211

 

 

Third Year:

Fall Semester Completed Spring Semester Completed
CHE 331

 

CHE 341

 

CHE elective(s) CHE 342
BIO 335 CHE 343
 

 

CHE 450

 

Fourth Year:

Fall Semester Completed Spring Semester Completed
CHE 451   BIO 337  
    CHE elective(s)  
       

*updated 10/2013

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