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Department of Chemistry

Mission

The Undergraduate Advising Office strives to help students achieve their full potential for success by providing accurate information about requirements, resources, and opportunities. We aim to provide a supportive environment to help students critically assess their talents and abilities in order to develop realistic academic and career goals. We provide information and guidance, but it is the student’s responsibility to make final decisions about their educational plans within the framework of University rules and College and Departmental standards.

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Undergraduate Research in Chemistry


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Registration Reminders

1) The course numbers for 100-level chemistry courses has changed. The courses CHEM101/111 have now been combined into a single four-credit course, CHEM119. The courses CHEM102/112 have been combined into a single four-credit course, CHEM120.

CHEM107/117 remain two separate courses that are co-requisites. Students must register for the courses in the same registration submission (on the same click -- NOT one after the other), or else they will receive a Prerequisite/Test Score error.

For Spring 2020, for the last time, we will offer CHEM289 sections for students who are missing a lab or lecture component from the former CHEM101 /111 or CHEM102/112 sequence. Advisors will need to request a Curricular Exception to accommodate these courses.

  • Students who completed CHEM111, but Q dropped CHEM101 should enroll in CHEM289-500 or 501.
  • Students who completed CHEM101, but Q dropped CHEM111 should enroll inCHEM289-513 or 526.
  • Students who completed CHEM112, but Q-dropped CHEM102, should enroll in CHEM289-503 -505.
  • Students who completed CHEM102, but Q dropped CHEM112 should enroll in CHEM289-614.

Please double check the course title for these sections to ensure that you have enrolled in the correct section.

2) Students wishing to enroll in CHEM119 or CHEM120 or any chemistry laboratory will need to complete the lab safety acknowledgement before registration. Students who haven't done this will get a "Student Attribute Error" upon attempting to register for a laboratory course.

3) A few sections of CHEM120 and CHEM228 will be restricted to honors students, chemistry majors, or students with majors in the College of Science

Restricted to honors students:
CHEM120-201-203
CHEM228-200

Restricted to Chemistry Majors:
CHEM120-494-498
CHEM 228-501

Restricted to students in the College of Science:
西藏11选5-即时比分 CHEM 120-514-526; 566-578

4) Seats are added throughout pre-registration to 100 and 200 level chemistry courses as courses fill, usually at the beginning of morning and evening registration start times. We can not promise and will not force any student into a particular section. Students should register for a section that is available during their registration time period.

5) Prerequisites are enforced. The Department of Chemistry does not enter prerequisite overrides for planned or in progress prerequisites from other institutions. Once students have completed the prerequisite course, they may send an unofficial transcript that clearly shows their name, the institution, course, and final grade to advising@chem.tamu.edu西藏11选5-即时比分, indicating for what course they would like a prerequisite override entered and their UIN. We will enter the prerequisite override, but will not force students into closed classes.

Registration Tips

Student Attribute Error

Students wishing to enroll in a chemistry laboratory need to complete the lab safety acknowledgement西藏11选5-即时比分 before registration. Students who haven't done this will get a "Student Attribute Error" upon attempting to register for a laboratory course.

Corequisites

The lectures and laboratories of 100-level chemistry courses are corequisites, meaning that students must register for them at the same time, not sequentially. (They will need to type the CRNs of both courses and then click submit.) Students who attempt to register for one at a time or are unsuccessful at adding one will get a Prerequisite/Test Score error.

Students may take organic lecture without enrolling in the laboratory, but the reverse is not true. A student must register for the lecture before or with西藏11选5-即时比分 the laboratory. A student attempting to register for the laboratory first or who is unsuccessful in registering for the lecture will get a Prerequisite/Test Score error.

Restricted Sections

A few sections of CHEM101, CHEM111 and CHEM227 are restricted to students with certain attributes. Students should click on the link labeled Restrictions/Details before planning to enroll in a course to make sure they are eligible. Note that the restricted CHEM111 lab sections meet either in CHEM2304 or in 400 HELD.

Restricted to Honors students
CHEM227-200
CHEM101-201
CHEM111-201 - 204

Restricted to Chemistry Majors
CHEM 227-501
CHEM 102-512; 101-513
西藏11选5-即时比分 CHEM 111 sections 582-590

Restricted to students in the College of Science
CHEM101-502; 101-509
All 111 lab sections in HELD400

Seat Release Schedule

西藏11选5-即时比分Seats are added throughout pre-registration to 100 and 200 level chemistry courses, usually at the beginning of morning and evening registration start times. We cannot promise and will not force any student into a particular section.

Getting Ahead

西藏11选5-即时比分Please note that we will be offering CHEM107/117; CHEM102/112; CHEM222/242; CHEM227/237; and CHEM228/238 over the summer for students who want to catch up or get ahead. (CHEM107/117 is an acceptable substitute for CHEM101/111.)

Prerequisites

Prerequisites are enforced. The Department of Chemistry does not enter prerequisite overrides for planned or in progress prerequisites from other institutions. Once students have completed the prerequisite course, they may send an unofficial transcript that clearly shows their name, the institution, course, and final grade to advising@chem.tamu.edu, indicating for what course they would like a prerequisite override entered and their UIN. We will enter the prerequisite override, but will not force students into closed classes.

To Remain a Chemistry Major

Students must maintain a 2.00 GPR overall and in chemistry courses. First year students must have received credit for either Math 151 (4) or 171(4) and Math 152 (4) or 172(4) with C’s or better in both courses by the end of the first calendar year after enrollment at A&M. Students who have completed only Math 151(4) or 171(4) by the end of the first calendar year may remain in the program if they earned a B or better in one Math 151(4) or 171(4) and are enrolled for Math 152(4) or 172(4) in the following semester.

To Change Your Major into Chemistry at Any Time

Students must have fewer than 90 attempted + transfer hours

Students who wish to change into chemistry after beginning A&M in another major must have an overall TAMU GPR of 2.5 or better and a TAMU 2.5 or better in chemistry and a 2.5 or better in math courses and have credit for CHEM 101/111(4) and CHEM 102/112(4) or equivalent and MATH 151(4) or MATH 171(4) with a C or better in all chemistry and math courses.

To Seek A Double Major or Double Degree in Chemistry

Students must have fewer than 90 attempted + transfer hours

Students must have an overall GPR of 3.0 or better, at least a 3.0 in chemistry and math courses, and have completed CHEM 101/111(4) and CHEM 102/112(4) or equivalent and MATH 151(4) or MATH 171(4) before this paperwork may be initiated.

To Transfer into Chemistry from another Institution

Applicants should complete 24 hours, but must have fewer than 90, with a cumulative GPR of at least 3.00. CHEM101/111 and CHEM102/112 equivalents must be competed with Bs or better. In addition, 8 hours of science and engineering level Calculus I and II must be completed with Bs or better. More information about transfer application and admission can be found at .

Core Curriculum

西藏11选5-即时比分The Core Curriculum is a common set of requirements that must be satisfied by all Texas A&M graduates. The requirements are outlined in your . The core curriculum requirements do not add extra hours to your chemistry degree plan. They just dictate, to some extent, your freedom to choose electives so they are frequently referred to as Directed Electives. Information about what courses can be used to fulfill each Core Curriculum requirement can be found at the .

BA and BS Degrees

西藏11选5-即时比分The set of prescribed courses is referred to as a degree plan. This is a suggested outline of when you should take courses. You should try to adhere to this schedule as closely as possible although the timing of some courses is more critical than others.

The B.S. and B.A. degree plans both require completion of 120 credit hours of course work under catalog #139 (i.e. the 20016-17 catalog). The major points of difference are compared below:

RequirementsB.S.B.A.
Hours of chemistry56 credit hours40 credit hours
Hours of mathematics15 credit hours8 credit hours
Hours of Physics8 credit hours8 credit hours
Hours of undirected electives14 credit hours37 credit hours
Hours of remaining core curriculum27 credit hours27 credit hours
Minor or Track (hours will vary)optionalrequired
Researchrequiredoptional

Course descriptions for all undergraduate chemistry courses are found in the .

In addition to the traditional B.S. degree, which allows for an optional minor field of study, and the traditional B.A. degree, which requires a minor field of study, the Department of Chemistry offers five tracks to guide students in their selection of electives for particular career paths in biological chemistry, environmental chemistry and chemical education. A traditional minor requires that all minor courses be taken from the same department and approved by the department granting the minor. However, the Tracks provide electives in an area of emphasis, which includes courses from several departments. Students completing all the requirements for a Track would not be required to have a traditional minor. Students should carefully check prerequisites in planning these courses. For more information see .

Students seeking a minor in chemistry must complete the Declaration of Minor in Chemistry form and have it approved by the undergraduate advisor in chemistry (Room 104 Chemistry) and their academic advisor. A minor in Chemistry should represent course work taken in the discipline beyond courses that might be used to satisfy core curriculum science requirements (8 credits). Therefore, though CHEM 101/111 or CHEM 107 and CHEM 102/112 are prerequisites to all of the listed courses, they are not considered part of the minor program. The course work listed (17-20 credits) represents various sub-disciplines within the field of Chemistry and would give the student an overall knowledge base fitting a Minor in Chemistry. This is consistent with the statement on minors published by the American Chemical Society. For more information, see Declaring a Minor.

Chemistry majors seeking the B.S. degree are required to satisfy the undergraduate research requirement listed in their catalog. B.A. chemistry majors frequently find it to their benefit to do some research as well. Although this requirement is listed in the degree plan in the senior year, the typical student normally begins undergraduate research earlier in the curriculum. This starting date allows the student to distribute the required credits over several semesters and usually ensures that the student will have had the minimal laboratory courses (i.e. general chemistry and organic chemistry) indicated by most professors as necessary to begin research in their group. See Undergraduate Research in Chemistry for more information.

西藏11选5-即时比分Courses taken at Texas community colleges and universities may be used to satisfy some degree requirements. Most community colleges and universities in Texas use the Texas Common Course Numbering System to assign course numbers to their courses. in the course catalog and the website list the equivalencies between Texas A&M University courses and Texas Common Course Numbered courses.

西藏11选5-即时比分The University has established information on .

西藏11选5-即时比分Continuing chemistry majors are encouraged to apply for departmental scholarships using the . Incoming Freshmen and Transfer Students are ineligible for continuing student scholarships but are encouraged to apply for scholarships via the .

The University application opens October 15 and closes February 1. Almost all departmental scholarships are need based, so we strongly encourage applicants to submit FAFSA forms. More information about departmental scholarships and criteria can be found at the . Departmental scholarships recipients are selected by the Undergraduate Awards Committee following the posting of Spring grades each year.

A degree in chemistry affords a student a wide range of career options in chemical industry, education and government. See our Career Choices web site for a listing of former students and their career choices.

西藏11选5-即时比分The provides information to help in the College to Career transition.

The employers of chemistry majors range from industrial and government labs to education and professional schools. See our listing of employers西藏11选5-即时比分 of former students.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Policy

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal anti-discrimination statute that provides comprehensive civil rights protection for persons with disabilities. Among other things, this legislation requires that all students with disabilities be guaranteed a learning environment that provides for reasonable accommodation of their disabilities. If you believe you have a disability requiring an accommodation, please contact Disability Services, currently located in the Disability Services building at the Student Services at White Creek complex on west campus or call 979-845-1637. For additional information, visit .

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