Chemistry – A.S.

PROGRAM INFORMATION: The transfer curriculum shown below is designed for students who plan to pursue a degree in chemistry at a senior college or university after completing their studies at Navarro College. Student will be awarded an Associate in Science Degree after successfully completing core requirements and a representative sample of the math and science courses below with an emphasis in chemistry.

Freshman Year

Fall

ENGL 1301Composition I

3

HIST 1301United States History I

3

OR

HIST 2301Texas History

3

CHEM 1411General Chemistry I

4

MATH 2413Calculus I

4

SPCH 1315Public Speaking

3

Total Credit Hours:17

Spring

ENGL 1302Composition II

3

OR

ENGL 2311Technical And Business Writing

3

HIST 1302United States History II

3

OR

HIST 2301Texas History

3

COSC 1301Introduction to Computing

3

OR

COSC 1401Introduction - Computing

4

CHEM 1412General Chemistry II

4

MATH 2414Calculus II

4

Total Credit Hours:17

Sophomore Year

Fall

GOVT 2305Federal Government

3

CHEM 2423Organic Chemistry I

4

Approved Social / Behavioral Science

3

MATH 2315Calculus III

3

Total Credit Hours:13

Spring

GOVT 2306Texas Government

3

CHEM 2425Organic Chemistry II

4

Approved Language / Philosophy / Culture

3

Approved Creative Arts

3

Total Credit Hours:13

This is a sample degree plan; students should consult catalog of senior institution they plan to attend since some requirements vary. Counselors are available to assist in this matter.

Students deficient in mathematics should take necessary math courses during the summer. Students can graduate with an Associate in Science Degree without having completed MATH 2315 and MATH 2320, which are recommended for students intending to earn a Bachelor of Science Degree in chemistry.