Bachelor Of Science In Chemistry With A Concentration In Medicinal Chemistry
A B.S. degree in chemistry with a concentration in medicinal chemistry requires a minimum of 51 credit hours of course work in both chemistry and biology.
The required 38 credit hours of chemistry include:
One additional lecture from:
And one additional lab from:
The required 9 credit hours of biology course work are:
In addition, 4 credit hours must come from the following advanced courses:
Required cognate courses are:
AND either the recommended sequence of
|PHYS 2110||General Physics 1 - Calculus Level||
|PHYS 1154||General Physics Laboratory I||
|PHYS 2120||General Physics - Calculus Level||
|PHYS 1164||General Physics Laboratory II||
Recommended but not required:
These courses can be applied to pre-professional curricula. For example, with proper selection of electives and sequencing of requirements, pre-pharmacy students may meet UNMC College of Pharmacy entrance requirements in three years and still be able to complete a B.S. in chemistry with a concentration in medicinal chemistry in four years.
To graduate with an ACS certified degree, see your chemistry advisor for proper course selection.