In certain subject fields, such as mathematical sciences, foreign languages, English composition and some of the basic natural sciences, knowledge is sequential or cumulative at the lower levels of study, and courses are structured in clear sequences. Students who already have received credit for, or established proficiency at, one level in such a sequence of courses may not receive academic credit counting toward graduation for a prior course in the sequence or for a course in a lower sequence.
Chemistry Course Sequencing Policy
Because of the similar level of course content in specific chemistry courses, credit hours toward graduation can be earned for only one course in each of the following groups:
|Group A||CHEM 10050, CHEM 10060, CHEM 10970|
|Group B||CHEM 10050, CHEM 10061, CHEM 10971|
|Group C||CHEM 10052, CHEM 20481, CHEM 30481|
|Group D||CHEM 10052, CHEM 20482, CHEM 30482|
|Group E||CHEM 10053, CHEM 10062|
|Group F||CHEM 10053, CHEM 10063|
- Students who have successfully completed CHEM 10060 may bypass CHEM 10050. However, students who have successfully completed CHEM 10050 may not bypass CHEM 10060.
- Students who have successfully completed CHEM 10062 may bypass CHEM 10053. However, students who have successfully completed CHEM 10053 my not bypass CHEM 10062.
- Students who have successfully completed CHEM 20481 or CHEM 30481 may bypass CHEM 10052.