Bachelor of Chemistry
A bachelor’s in Chemistry is a most versatile degree. With in-depth understanding in analytical, organic, inorganic, and physical chemistry, as well as knowledge in physics, mathematics and biology principle, you will have the opportunity to pursue careers in a variety of research domains. As a chemist you may work on new drug designs, developing novel plastics, in addition to possibly working in jobs related to all fields of chemistry, such as environmental analysis, forensic scientist, or product quality design and operation.
A degree in chemistry, particularly with a biochemistry option, is often used as an entry point into professional schools such a Pharmacology, Medicine, and Dentistry. A minor in Chemistry is also available.
A chemistry minor consists of at least 19 hours to include CHEM 1111, 1311, CHEM 1112, 1312, CHEM 3411 and two courses chosen from upper level chemistry courses. To qualify for the minor a grade of no less than "C" must be obtained in each of the courses applied to the minor.
American Chemical Society: http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education.html