Chemistry Major and Minor/Curriculum Worksheets

Degree Options

Chemistry, BA
Chemistry with Education Concentration, BA
Image of Stockton University Chemistry students working in the labChemistry BS, Environmental Concentration
Chemistry, BS American Chemical Society Certified 
Dual Degree in Chemistry and Engineering BS & BSE


Major

In addition to the College’s general education requirements, Chemistry Majors are expected to complete the following courses:
 
The BS in Chemistry requires 80 credits in Program and Cognate Courses

The BA in Chemistry requires 64 credits in Program and Cognate Courses

  • General and Organic Chemistry with laboratories (Chemistry I, Chemistry II, Chemistry III, Chemistry IV), Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Techniques, Laboratory Methods I and II and Physical Chemistry I and II
  • Calculus I, Calculus II
  • Chemistry Seminar
  • Physics I and II with laboratories
  • Additional upper-level CHEM or other science courses (as cognates) to meet requirements


Certification and Concentration

The Chemistry Program offers the following certification and concentrations:


Minor

Students majoring in other fields may also be certified with a Minor in Chemistry by completing the following requirements (26 credits):

  • Chemistry I with laboratoryImage of Stockton University Chemistry students working in the lab
  • Chemistry II with laboratory
  • Chemistry III with laboratory
  • Chemistry IV with laboratory    

  • One (1) of the following upper-level courses:
    • Survey of Instrumentation
    • Inorganic Chemistry
    • Laboratory Methods I
    • Biochemical Laboratory Methods
    • Advanced Organic/Organic Techniques

  • One (1) additional, 4-credit Chemistry course at the 3000 or 4000 level


Note:  Please refer to the current Academic Bulletin for specific information on minors in Chemistry and additional information on the Chemistry program. For specific information on courses, please use the
Catalog of Courses.