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2021-2022 Academic Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Academic Catalog

Chemistry, Pre-Pharmacy Concentration, (BS)


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There are two routes to the completion of a pre-pharmacy degree at Tusculum University. The first is to complete the general education requirements, chemistry core and pre-pharmacy concentration requirements, and elective courses for a bachelor’s degree (120 credit hours). A student can apply for admission to the pharmacy school of his or her choice early in the senior year and graduate with a B.S. degree at the end of the senior year. The second route is for the exceptional student. Upon completion of the general education requirements, Chemistry core, and pre-pharmacy concentration requirements and acceptance into pharmacy school, students are able to enroll at the pharmacy school and begin their studies. Completion of senior year courses CHEM 480  and CHEM 495  are not required in this second route, but the courses are highly recommended. After the successful completion of one year (minimum of 36 semester hours) from an accredited pharmacy school, the student must submit an official transcript to the Tusculum University Registrar’s office documenting his or her successful completion of the first year of study. Upon review and approval, the student will then be awarded a B.S. degree in Chemistry, Pre-Pharmacy Concentration from Tusculum University at the next regularly scheduled graduation. Please see an advisor and/or registrar for more information.

Degree Requirements: 120 Credits


General Elective 42
Major 43
Concentration 18
Electives 17
Total Credits 120

General Education Curriculum


University Success Skills


(1 credit)

Communication


Take ENGL 110 (3 credits), ENGL 111 (3 credits), and one course in COMM or SPCH (3 credits) for a total of 9 credits.

Mathematics


Take one MATH course for 3 or 4 credits.

Arts and Humanities


Take one literature course (3 credits) and one additional course from either category (3 credits) for a total of 6 credits.

Natural Science


Take one science course (3 credits) along with that course’s lab (1 credit) for a total of 4 credits.

Behavioral Wellness and Social Science


Behavioral, Wellness, and Social Science:  Choose 2 courses for a total of 6 credits.  No more than one course may be from the Wellness category.  Students in this major must take BUSN 201.

Religion


Choose one course for 3 credits - Must be a different religion course if used above to satisfy a requirement in the Arts and Humanities general education core.

Civic Studies


Choose one course for 3 credits.  Must be a different political science course if used above to satisfy a requirement in the Social Science general education core.​

General Electives - 17 credits


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