Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Major in Chemistry with Emphasis in Biochemistry
THIS MAJOR IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE TO ANY STUDENTS ENTERING LOYOLA AFTER ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-12. ONLY STUDENTS CURRENTLY DELCARED CHEMISTRY WITH BIOCHEMISTRY EMPHASIS MAY COMPLETE THIS MAJOR.
Requirements include the Loyola Core Curriculum including the writing-intensive and language requirement, twelve chemistry courses totaling 39 credit hours, two mathematics courses totaling 8 hours, six biology courses totaling 13 credit hours, four physics courses totaling 8 credit hours. Chemistry 300 (Undergraduate Research) is strongly recommended.
|Chemistry Courses Required||Credit Hours|
|Chemistry 105 Chemical Principles||4|
|Chemistry 106 Basic Inorganic Chemistry||4|
|Chemistry 221 Organic Chemistry I||4|
|Chemistry 222 Organic Chemistry II||4|
|Chemistry 212 Elementary Quantitative Analysis Lecture||3|
|Chemistry 214 Elementary Quantitative Analysis Laboratory||1|
|Chemistry 301 Physical Chemistry I||4|
|Chemistry 302 Physical Chemistry II||3|
|Chemistry 303 Physical Chemistry Laboratory||1|
|Chemistry 361 Survey in Biochemistry (see notes below)||3|
|Chemistry 362 Current Concepts in Biochemistry||3|
|Chemistry 363 Biochemistry Laboratory||2|
|Chemistry 340 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry||3|
|Math Courses Required||Credit Hours|
|Math 161 Calculus I||4|
|Math 162 Calculus II||4|
|Biology Courses Required||Credit Hours|
|Biology 101 Introduction to Biology I||3|
|Biology 102 Introduction to Biology II||3|
|Biology 111 Introduction to Biology Laboratory I||1|
|Biology 112 Introduction to Biology Laboratory II||1|
|Biology 282 Genetics||3|
|Biology 283 Genetics Laboratory||2|
|Physics Courses Required||Credit Hours|
|Physics 111 College Physics I||3|
|Physics 112 College Physics II||3|
|Physics 131 College Physics Laboratory I||1|
|Physics 132 College Physics Laboratory II||1|
Core requirements can be found at http://www.luc.edu/core/
Please visit http://www.luc.edu/cas/academics_degreerequirements.shtml#college to view other CAS requirements.
For chemistry course descriptions, pre and co-requisite information, and math requirement information please visit http://www.luc.edu/chemistry/courses_undergrad.shtml.
All chemistry majors are assigned a chemistry faculty advisor. Please meet with your advisor on a regular basis, at least twice a year, for assistance with your chemistry schedule, research possibilities, graduate school information and more. If you do not know who your advisor is please call the chemistry department at 773/508-3100 or come to the department office located in Flanner Hall room 125.