Department of Chemistry
PO Box 70695
Phone: (423) 439-4367
In the simplest of terms, Chemistry is the science of matter. Anything that can be touched, tasted, smelled, seen, or felt is made of chemicals. Chemists are the people who transform the everyday materials around us into amazing things. Some chemists work on cures for cancer while others monitor the ozone layer protecting us from the sun. Still others discover new materials to make our homes warmer in the winter, or new textiles to be used in the latest fashions. There are a multitude of careers available to chemists including positions in industry, academics, government, and medical careers.
The Chemistry concentration is the recommended concentration for pre-professional students and students preparing for chemically-oriented occupations but whose career goals do not require an American Chemical Society-approved curriculum.
All Chemistry Majors who have NOT completed at least 60 credits should seek advisement with Ashley Dickson in the ARC (Culp Center 222):
Please make appointments via the Center for Advising and Student Excellence (CASE) with Ms. Dickson at email@example.com; (423) 439-5602.
All Chemistry Majors who have completed at least 60 credits should seek advisement through the Chemistry Faculty Advisors.
Students with last name starting with A through F should contact:
Greg Bishop; firstname.lastname@example.org
Students with last name starting with G through M should contact:
Paula Moody; email@example.com
Students with last name starting with N through Z should contact:
Robert Standaert; firstname.lastname@example.org
All Honors students should contact Abbas Shilabin email@example.com; (423) 439-6917 for advising.
Transfer students majoring in Chemistry should contact the Center for Advisement and Student Excellence (CASE) for advising as soon as possible. This will ensure that the student’s previous work will be coordinated efficiently with ETSU requirements.
For general information about the department or courses, contact Dr. Robert Standaert, Department Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org or (423) 439-4367.
Degree Requirements: 120 credits
|Major Total Requirement
| Major Core
|| (14 credits)
|| (11 credits)
| Additional Required Courses
|| (8-10 credits)
Suggested Four-Year Program of Study: CHEM-BS (CHEM)
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General Education Requirements
These requirements include earning 41-42 credits in Communication, Humanities and Fine Arts, Social and Behavior Sciences, History, Natural Sciences and Mathematics categories.
Major Specific courses listed in General Education Requirements:
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CSCI 1100 or Proficiency Exam: Must be completed to meet Bachelor’s Degree Requirements.
Most minors range from 18-24 credits. Those few minors with more than 24 credits may affect the number of free electives allowed.
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