Chemistry, B.S. - Concentration in Computational Chemistry

The B.S. in chemistry degree program is fully approved by the American Chemical Society and is the best preparation for students planning to pursue graduate studies, or to pursue any of the career options previously listed.

General Education Requirement
NUB 102NU Beginnings 11
Foundation Courses27
Select 21 credits of Distribution Courses21
PHY 121
PHY 123L
General Physics
and General Physics
4
MAT 111Calculus I4
MAT 112Calculus II4
Major Requirement
CHE 111
CHE 113L
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry Laboratory I
4
CHE 112
CHE 114L
General Chemistry II
and General Chemistry Laboratory II
4
CHE 221
CHE 223L
Organic Chemistry I
and Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
4
CHE 222
CHE 224L
Organic Chemistry II
and Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
4
CHE 227
CHE 229L
Analytical Chemistry
and Analytical Chemistry Laboratory
4
CHE 242
CHE 244L
Inorganic Chemistry
and Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory
4
CHE 331
CHE 333L
Physical Chemistry I
and Physical Chemistry Laboratory I
4
CHE 332
CHE 334L
Physical Chemistry II
and Physical Chemistry Laboratory II
4
CHE 338
CHE 340L
Instrumental Analysis
and Instrumental Analysis Laboratory
4
CHE 345
CHE 347L
Biochemistry I
and Biochemistry Laboratory I
4
CHE 467
CHE 469
Career Seminar
and Written and Oral Reports
3
CHE 449L
CHE 450L
Senior Research
and Senior Research 2
4
CHE 465Computational Chemistry3
CHE 466Biochemical Molecular Modeling3
BIO 222Bioinformatics3
Advanced chemistry electives9
Advised elective3
PHY 122
PHY 124L
General Physics
and General Physics
4
Total Credits133
1

All Niagara University students entering as freshmen are required to take the one credit Niagara University Beginning seminar course (NUB 102 NU Beginnings) in addition to the 20 general education requirements.

2

CHE 403 Honors Thesis I may be substituted for CHE 449L Senior Research, CHE 450L Senior Research. Ordinarily, the laboratory work will be taken at the same time that the student covers the related work in lecture.