TenuredTenure track Faculty Distinguished Professors Lash Stevenson Professors

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Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty : Distinguished Professors : Lash, Stevenson. Professors : Baur, Hansen, Jones, Rothenberger, Shaw, Webb. Associate Professors : Ferrence, Hitchcock, Hunter, Nagors- ki, Quandt, Standard, Szczepura. Assistant Professors : Cedeno, Friesen, Hamaker, McLauch- lan, Peters, Turner, Weldon. General Department Information The Department of Chemistry is on the approved list of the American Chemical Society. Contact the department for specific certification requirements. HONORS IN CHEMISTRY Students majoring in Chemistry may be admitted to the Departmental Honors Program if they have (1) completed at least 30 hours of college-level courses, including at least 2 courses in Chemistry, (2) a cumulative GPA of 3.30, and (3) applied for admission to departmental honors to the Chem- istry chairperson or honors advisor and received approval for admission into the program. In order to graduate with honors in Chemistry, a student must complete (1) all regular requirements for the Chemistry Major including PHY 110 and 111, (2) 3 hours of CHE 299, (3) MAT 147, (4) a 200-level Physics, Mathematics or Bio- logical Sciences course, (5) eight hours of foreign language, (6) a computer programming course (ITK 165, 168, CHE/PHY 318, CHE 380.37), (7) have at the time of gradu- ation a cumulative GPA of at least 3.30 and at least 3.50 in Chemistry courses, and (8) fulfill the general requirements for participation in the University Honors Program. Chemistry Programs Degrees Offered: B.S. MAJOR IN CHEMISTRY 39 hours required in Chemistry, including at least 31 hours in courses numbered 200 or higher. Required courses: CHE 140, 141, 215, 230, 231, 232, 233, 315, 342, 350, 351, 360, 361, 362, 363. 1 year of physics, preferably PHY 110 and 111, and 1 year of calculus (through MAT 146) must be completed prior to enrolling in CHE 360. Chemistry electives: Selected from approved courses numbered 200 or higher. For the American Chemical Society Certified Degree the elective requirement is 6 hours in Chemistry courses numbered 290 or higher. These courses must include 2 hours in laboratory course work (CHE 290, 301, 343, 398). The depart- ment strongly recommends presentation of work per- formed in 290 or 398 at a professional meeting, Chemistry Department Symposium or Undergraduate Research Symposium. The following general electives are highly recommended: 1 year of a foreign language, a course in computer programming, a course in techni- cal writing and other science courses. NOTE: Students interested in careers in biochemistry, molecular biology, biotechnology or medicine may elect to follow the Biochemistry/Molecular Biology Degree Program (listed below). Teacher Certification Sequence: 39 hours required in Chemistry, including at least 31 hours in courses numbered 200 or higher, and CHE 301 as an additional laboratory course. A Teacher Edu- cation student must complete the option described as part of the entitlement program leading to certification: secondary 6-12.
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