- Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree
- B.S. in Chemistry: 120 units; B.S. in Chemical Biology: 120 units; B.S. in Chemical Engineering: 120 units. None of the units may be for any course (e.g., trigonometry, high school chemistry, high school physics) which is equivalent to a matriculation subject prerequisite to a required course in the College.
- General University requirements as to:
Entry Level Writing Requirement (SR 636);
American History and Institutions (SR 638);
Grade-point average (SR 634);
Senior residence (SR 630); and
American Cultures (Regulation 300) (CC.4.89)
- Reasonable proficiency in the use of English; the criterion for satisfaction of this requirement is set by the Faculty of the College.
- Courses in the humanities and social sciences; the Faculty of the College establishes the number of units required and the list of courses acceptable in satisfaction of this requirements.
- A program of specified courses in mathematics physics, and the several fields of chemistry, as approved by the Faculty of the College.
- To be advanced to, and to continue in, the upper division a student must have completed a lower division program approved by the Faculty of the College; and have achieved and maintained at least a 2.0 grade-point average in all courses in the College of Chemistry in which the student has enrolled. (En.4.89)
- To be eligible for the B.S. Degree a student must have achieved at least a 2.0 grade-point average in all courses of upper division level offered in satisfaction of specific requirements (other than breadth paragraph A.4) for the degree. (En.4.89)
- B.S. Major in Chemistry and B.S. Major in Chemical Biology
- The B.S. Chemistry major and the B.S. Chemical Biology major consist of a group of courses in chemistry and related fields, as approved by a study-list officer of the College and totaling at least 16 units in addition to the courses specified in paragraph A.5.
- A reading knowledge of a foreign language approved by the Faculty of the College is required.
- B.S. Major in Chemical Engineering
- The Chemical Engineering major consists of courses in chemical engineering, mathematics, and other scientific and professional subjects characteristic of this field.
- To be advanced to the upper division in Chemical Engineering, a student must meet the criteria in section A.6 and have passed an introductory course in chemical engineering with a satisfactory grade.
- Publication of Requirements
Current requirements for the degree, as approved by the Faculty of the College, shall be published in the General Catalog.