2019-20 Academic Catalog 
    
    Apr 09, 2020  
2019-20 Academic Catalog

TSAP - Ivy Tech - Chemistry, BSCH


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Ivy Tech Community College - Associate of Science in Chemistry TSAP (60 Credits)

__ (3) ENGL 111 English Composition

__ (3) COMM 101 Fundamentals of Public Speaking

__ (5) CHEM 105 General Chemistry I

__ (1) IVYT 111 Student Success for University Transfer

__ (4) MATH 211 Brief Calculus

__ (3) ENGL 112 Exposition and Persuasion

__ (5) CHEM 106 General Chemistry

__ (4) MATH 212 Brief Calculus

__ (3) Social and Behavioral Ways of Knowing Elective

__ (5) CHEM 211 Organic Chemistry I

__ (5) PHYS 220 Mechanics

__ (3) CHEM 215 Quantitative Chemical Analysis

__ (3) Humanistic Ways of Knowing Elective

__ (5) CHEM 212 Organic Chemistry II

__ (5) PHYS 221 Heat, Electric, and Optics

__ (3) CHEM 279 Introduction to Scientific Research

 

Purdue University Northwest - Program Major Courses (60 credits)

__ (1) CHM 29400 Sophomore Seminar

__ (4) CHM 32100 Analytical Chemistry I

__ (3) CHM 33300 Biochemistry

__ (3) CHM 34200 Inorganic Chemistry

__ (1) CHM 34201 Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory

__ (3) CHM 37300 Physical Chemistry I

__ (3) CHM 37400 Physical Chemistry II

__ (2) CHM 37600 Physical Chemistry Laboratory

__ (4) CHM 42400 Analytical Chemistry II

__ (1) CHM 49400 Junior/Senior Seminar

__ (3) CHM 49800 Research in Chemistry

__ (2) SCI 22000 Health and Safety

__ (30) Free Electives*

*Choices for free electives include the following courses (3 credits each): 31800 (Biochemical NMR), 32400 (Environmental), 35000 (Coatings and Resins), 42500 (Molecular Modelling), 42800 (Catalysis), 46200 (Intermediate Organic), 46300 (Medicinal), 46400 (Polymers), 46500 Chemistry Transfer Single Articulation Pathway (TSAP) College of Engineering and Sciences (Synthetic Organic). Any additional courses of special interest to the student are satisfactory. At least 5 credits must be at or above the 30000 level.

**Degree program completion requires 120 credit hours for a bachelor degree.

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