Chemistry Major for Pre-Pharmacy Students

Suggested Curriculum Sequencea-d



    

Course Credit Hours
First Semester 14
CHE 100 Transitions 1
CHE 201 General College Chemistry 5
BIO 221 General Zoology 4
ENG 105 Critical Reading, Writing and Inquiry 4
Second Semester 17
CHE 202 General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis 5
BIO 227 Human Anatomy Lecture 2
BIO 228 Human Anatomy Laboratory 2
MAT 250 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I 5
COM 161 Introduction to Public Speaking 3
Third Semester 15
CHE 312 Organic Chemistry I 5
PHY 130/131 General Physics I 3
BIO 300 Introduction to Microbiology 4
Choose one of the following courses
ECO 231 Principles of Microeconomics 3
ACC 200 Principles of Financial Accounting 3
Fourth Semester 15
CHE 320 Organic Chemistry II 3
PHY 132/133 General Physics II 4
CHE 305 Analytical Chemistry I 5
229 Human Physiology Lecture 3
Fifth Semester 13
CHE 325 Organic Chemistry II Lab 3
HUM 211 Western Humanities Tradition: Continuity 3
STA 135 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 4
ANT 140 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3
Sixth Semester  
CHE 330 Basic Biochemistry 3
ENG 204 Advanced Expository Writing 3
CIV 201 World Civilizations I 3
Minor Courses  
Seventh Semester  
CHE 352 Basic Chemical Instrumentation 4
CSC 235 Programming in C++c 3
PSY 180 General Psychology 3
Minor Courses  
Eighth Semester 5
CHE 403 Basic Physical Chemistry 5

 aThis curriculum meets the requirements for admission to the UK Pharmacy School but does not guarantee admission. The requirements for other schools may be different - consult your pharmacy advisor to alter this curriculum to meet your needs.
bElectives should be chosen to complete the requirement of a minor in another discipline. For example, if a BIO minor is chosen, BIO 115 and 216 should be completed in place of BIO222.
cSchedule University Studies electives to satisfy university requirements.
dComplete upper division electives to total 32 hours for a major in chemistry. The University of KY requires either 2 years of HS or 1 year of college foreign language.
cEGR 140 or CSC 232 may be substituted.