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CHEMICAL COMMERCE
Kevin M. Bucholtz, Director/Professor of Chemistry
 
The Department of Chemistry and the School of Business offer majors leading to a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Commerce as a course of study for students interested in the interface where chemistry and business overlap. The majors in Chemical Commerce are designed to expand and enrich undergraduate educational learning outcomes by incorporating a rigorous scientific experience with the business acumen to succeed within the global market. Besides an array of chemistry courses to develop students’ understanding in the chemical foundations, the business component has paths of study focused in accounting, economics, or business management to develop the administrative, analytical, decision-making, and communication skills to be successful in the business world. This program is designed to prepare students for a career in science, technology or medical business; for professional study in a health field; or for professional study in a business related field.
The Chemical Commerce degree program options include the interdisciplinary B.A. degree in Chemical Commerce with an emphasis in Accounting, the interdisciplinary B.S. degree in Chemical Commerce with an emphasis in Accounting, the interdisciplinary B.A. degree in Chemical Commerce with an emphasis in Business Management, the interdisciplinary B.S. degree in Chemical Commerce with an emphasis in Business Management, the interdisciplinary B.A. degree in Chemical Commerce with an emphasis in Economics, and the interdisciplinary B.S. degree in Chemical Commerce with an emphasis in Economics. Successful completion of any of these degrees fulfills the Additional Depth of Understanding requirement in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
 
Major in Chemical Commerce with Accounting Emphasis: B.A. degree
60 semester credit hours minimum
Successful completion of this major fulfills the CLAS Additional Depth of Understanding requirement.
ACC 204. Introductory Financial Accounting
ACC 205. Introductory Managerial Accounting
ACC 331. Intermediate Accounting I
ACC 332. Intermediate Accounting II
One ACC elective course at the 300 level or above
BUS 305. Gaining Experience
CHM 111. General Chemistry I
CHM 112. General Chemistry II
CHM 221. Organic Chemistry I
CHM 222. Organic Chemistry II
CHM 241.Quantitative Analysis
Four additional credit hours in BMB or CHM courses numbered 300 or above
ECN 150. Principles of Microeconomics
ECN 151 Principles of Macroeconomics
FIN 362. Principles of Finance
MAT 133. Precalculus (may be exempted by achieving a specific score on the Math Index or Math Placement Test)
STA 126. Introductory Statistics
 
Major in Chemical Commerce with Accounting Emphasis: B.S. degree
63 semester credit hours minimum
Successful completion of this major fulfills the CLAS Additional Depth of Understanding requirement.
ACC 204. Introductory Financial Accounting
ACC 205. Introductory Managerial Accounting
ACC 331. Intermediate Accounting I
ACC 332. Intermediate Accounting II
One ACC elective course at the 300 level or above
CHM 111. General Chemistry I
CHM 112. General Chemistry I
CHM 221. Organic Chemistry I
CHM 222. Organic Chemistry II
CHM 241. Quantitative Analysis
Ten additional credit hours in BMB or CHM courses numbered 300 or above
ECN 150. Principles of Microeconomics
ECN 151. Principles of Macroeconomics
FIN 362. Principles of Finance
MAT 133. Precalculus (may be exempted by achieving a specific score on the Math Index or Math Placement Test)
STA 126. Introductory Statistics
 
Major in Chemical Commerce with Business Management Emphasis: B.A. degree
58 semester credit hours minimum
Successful completion of this major fulfills the CLAS Additional Depth of Understanding requirement.
ACC 204. Introductory Financial Accounting
BUS 305. Gaining Experience
BUS 346. Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Environment of Business I
CHM 111. General Chemistry I
CHM 112. General Chemistry II
CHM 221. Organic Chemistry I
CHM 222. Organic Chemistry II
CHM 241. Quantitative Analysis
Four additional credit hours in BMB or CHM courses numbered 300 or above
ECN 150. Principles of Microeconomics
ECN 151. Principles of Macroeconomics
FIN 362. Principles of Finance
MAT 133. Precalculus (may be exempted by achieving a specific score on the Math Index or Math Placement Test)
MGT 363. Principles of Management
One MGT elective course at the 300 level or above.
MKT 361. Principles of Marketing
STA 126. Introductory Statistics
 
Major in Chemical Commerce with Business Management Emphasis: B.S. degree
61 semester credit hours minimum
Successful completion of this major fulfills the CLAS Additional Depth of Understanding requirement.
ACC 204. Introductory Financial Accounting
BUS 346. Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Environment of Business I
CHM 111. General Chemistry I
CHM 112. General Chemistry II
CHM 221. Organic Chemistry I
CHM 222. Organic Chemistry II
CHM 241. Quantitative Analysis
Ten additional credit hours in BMB or CHM courses numbered 300 or above
ECN 150. Principles of Microeconomics
ECN 151. Principles of Macroeconomics
FIN 362. Principles of Finance
MAT 133. Precalculus (may be exempted by achieving a specific score on the Math Index or Math Placement Test)
MGT 363. Principles of Management
One MGT elective course at the 300 level or above
MKT 361. Principles of Marketing
STA 126. Introductory Statistics
 
Major in Chemical Commerce with Economics Emphasis: B.A. degree
58 semester credit hours minimum
Successful completion of this major fulfills the CLAS Additional Depth of Understanding requirement.
ACC 204. Introductory Financial Accounting
BUS 305. Gaining Experience
CHM 111. General Chemistry I
CHM 112. General Chemistry II
CHM 221. Organic Chemistry I
CHM 222. Organic Chemistry II
CHM 241. Quantitative Analysis
Four additional credit hours in BMB or CHM courses numbered 300 or above
ECN 150. Principles of Microeconomics
ECN 151. Principles of Macroeconomics
Three ECN elective courses at the 300 level or above
FIN 362. Principles of Finance
One course from:
MGT 363. Principles of Management
MKT 361. Principles of Marketing
MAT 133. Precalculus (may be exempted by achieving a specific score on the Math Index or Math Placement Test)
STA 126. Introductory Statistics
 
Major in Chemical Commerce with Economics Emphasis: B.S. degree
61 semester credit hours minimum
Successful completion of this major fulfills the CLAS Additional Depth of Understanding requirement.
ACC 204. Introductory Financial Accounting
CHM 111. General Chemistry I
CHM 112. General Chemistry II
CHM 221. Organic Chemistry I
CHM 222. Organic Chemistry II
CHM 241. Quantitative Analysis
Ten additional credit hours in BMB or CHM courses numbered 300 or above
ECN 150. Principles of Microeconomics
ECN 151. Principles of Macroeconomics
Three ECN elective courses at the 300 level or above.
FIN 362. Principles of Finance
One course from:
MGT 363. Principles of Management
MKT 361. Principles of Marketing
MAT 133. Precalculus (may be exempted by achieving a specific score on the Math Index or Math Placement Test)
STA 126. Introductory Statistics