BS Chemistry

Typical 4-year Plan

The following is ONE four year schedule that would result in the B.S. degree in chemistry at Erskine. Many other permutations of this plan are possible including additional majors and/or minors in other disciplines. This plan is intended as a guide only. Students are strongly encouraged to choose their courses in consultation with their academic faculty advisor to build a personalized 4-year plan at Erskine.


Freshman Fall

Freshman Spring

Freshman Winter Term

Course

Credit Hours

Course

Credit Hours

Course

Credit Hours

Chemical Principles I (CH 101)

4

Chemical Principles II     (CH 102)

4

Elective course

3

Calculus I (MA 141)

3

Calculus II (MA 142)

3

Concepts of Cellular Biology (BG 110)

4

Contemporary Global Issues (HS/PO 105)

3

Composition and Literature (EN 102)

3

World Civilizations Since 1600 (HS 102)

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

14

 

13

 

3

 

Sophomore Fall

Sophomore Spring

Sophomore Winter Term

Course

Credit Hours

Course

Credit Hours

Course

Credit Hours

Organic Chemistry I     (CH 214/215)

4

Organic Chemistry II      (CH 216/217)

4

Service Learning or Externship

3

Calculus III (MA 241)

3

Calculus IV (MA 242)

3

General Physics I       (PH 110)

4

General Physics II        (PH 111)

4

Foreign Language 101

3

Foreign Language 102

3

The Write Course     (WC 201)

3

Total

17

 

14

 

3

 

Junior Fall

Junior Spring

Junior Winter Term

Course

Credit Hours

Course

Credit Hours

Course

Credit Hours

Biochemistry I            (CH 320)

3

Inorganic Chemistry       (CH 306)

3

Service Learning or Externship 3
Quantitative Analysis (CH 305)

4

Instrumental Methods of Analysis (CH 405)

4

Introduction to the Visual Arts (AR 200)

3

Junior Seminar (CH 315)

1

General Psychology   (PY 201)

3

Introductory Relativity and Quantum Physics             (PH 220)

4

Survey of British Literature I (EN 201)

3

Total

13

 

15

 

3

 

Senior Fall

Senior Spring

Senior Winter Term

Course

Credit Hours

Course

Credit Hours

Course

Credit Hours

Physical Chem. I            (CH 401)

4

Physical Chem. II            (CH 402)

4

Optional Course

3

Senior Seminar          (CH 415)

1

Analog and Digital Electronics (PH 201)

4

Old Testament Lit and Interp (BR 125)

3

New Testament Lit and Interp (BR 126)

3

Church History I         (BR 251)

3

American Government (PO 101)

3

Foundations of Health and Wellness(PE 102)

4

Total

15

 

14

 

3