MATH course (level determined by the placement test)
ENGL course (level determined by the placement test)
MATH 120 or MATH 202 (if MATH 201 was taken 1st semester)
ENGL course (if not taken in fall semester)
MATH 201 or CHEM 215**
PHYS 101 or 203
PHYS 102 or 204
Students considering majoring in Chemistry are required to enroll in CHEM 101 in the freshman fall semester. They should consult the CHEM 101 coordinator if an exemption to the math prerequisite is required.
# CHEM 101 is offered in the fall only.
Freshmen are invited to enroll in a particular section of CHEM 101 based on their previous experience and potential interest. If a scheduling problem should arise due to this sectioning, please call the CHEM 101 Coordinator for advice.
Potential Chemistry majors should be strongly encouraged to take a math course in their first semester. All Chemistry majors are encouraged to complete Calculus (MATH 201 and 202) by the end of their sophomore year.
For the fall semester, students with Level I placement on the Basic Math Skills Inventory should enroll in MATH 099, students with Level II placement should enroll in MATH 120, and students with Level III placement should enroll in MATH 201.
PHYS 101 and 102 or 203 and 204 should be taken in the freshman or sophomore year.
** If calculus is completed freshman year.
Students interested in Pre-Dental, Pre-Medicine, or Pre-Veterinary programs should also refer to the entry for the Health Professions Program.
Students planning to enroll in the Secondary Education Program should contact Dr. Jennifer Cuddapah, Program Coordinator, for an advising appointment: 301-696-3773; email@example.com.
Chemistry majors who wish to study abroad in the sophomore or junior year should take this into consideration when planning their schedules.
Very highly qualified students, who have completed an AP course in chemistry in high school and scored a 4 or 5 on the AP-Chemistry Exam or who have completed an IB curriculum with a score of 5 or better on the IB exam in chemistry may consider enrolling in CHEM 209 or CHEM 215 during their first semester.
Any questions concerning registration for chemistry majors should be directed to Chris Stromberg, Hodson 246, at 301-696-3678.