This degree checklist reflects the requirements for this degree for the 2015-2016 academic year. This information is provided as an indication of the scope of the coursework. Majors pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry-Business must adhere to the degree requirements in the published academic catalog in effect when they declared as a major. All questions should be directed to your advisor.

Global Perspectives – 24 credit hours
GPS 110 – Global Perspectives in Scripture
GPS 120 – Perspectives in World Cultures
GPS 210 – Global Perspectives in Literature
GPS 220 – Global Perspectives in Economics and Political Science
GPS 310 – Global Perspectives in Ethics
GPS 320 – Perspectives in Global Histories
Second Language 101
Second Language 102

University Foundations – 33 credit hours
GATE101 – Gateway to University Life
ENG 110 – University Writing and Research
Physics 201 – Principles of Physics I
Physics 202 – Principles of Physics II
Math 120 – Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
Math 220 – Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
Communication 101 – Public Speaking
Literature
Social/Behavioral Science
PE 101 – Personal Fitness and Wellness
Fine Arts 2 credit hours

Chemistry Courses – 31 credit hours
CHEM 101 – Principles of Chemistry I
CHEM 102 – Principles of Chemistry II
CHEM 201 – Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 202 – Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 331 – Analytical Chemistry I
CHEM 332 – Analytical Chemistry II
CHEM 450 – Hazardous Materials and Chemical Safety
CHEM 460 – Introduction to Commercial Chemistry

Business Courses – 18 credit hours
Accounting 253 – Principles of Financial Accounting
Accounting 254 – Principles of Managerial Accounting
Business 305 – Legal Environment of Business
Economics 221 – Principles of Microeconomics
Economics 222 – Principles of Macroeconomics
Finance 318 – Financial Management

Management / Marketing Track Courses – 12 credit hours
Management 302 – Principles of Management
Management 315 – Small Business Management / Entrepreneurship or
Management 416 – Organization Theory and Behavior
Marketing 301 – Principles of Marketing
Marketing 422 – Marketing Communications Strategy

Accounting Track Courses – 12 credit hours
Accounting 313 – Intermediate Accounting I
Accounting 314 – Intermediate Accounting II
Accounting 427 – Federal Income Tax I
Accounting 431 – Auditing

Electives – 7 credit hours
General electives (100- or 200-level courses) or advanced electives (300- or 400-level courses) may fulfill this requirement. You must take enough advanced level courses to meet the minimum 40-hour overall required for graduation.

Lyceum Events – 40 events from the following categories
Faith and Character – 5 events
Fine Arts – 5 events
Lectures – 5 events
Growth – 5 events
Electives – 20 events from any of the 4 categories

*You must earn a “C” or better in these courses.