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Chemistry Degrees offered at BYU-Idaho

The Chemistry Department currently offers three Bachelor Degrees.  

B.S. in Biochemistry

A Bachelors degree in Biochemistry requires 120 credits which includes an internship to graduate.  All students can start their degree on any of the three tracks offered, but may need to request a tract adjustment upon beginning their junior level (sometime during Organic Chemistry II, Chem. 352).  The Satellite Academic Advising Center for our college is located in Austin 106 and can help with the track adjustments.  They can be contacted at 208.496.9880 or e-mailed at cpseacademicdiscoverycenter@byui.edu.  You can also visit their website at Academic Discovery Center.  Please refer to the current catalog for the courses that are required for this degree and for sequencing sheets to help make a graduation plan of required courses.

B.S. in Chemistry

A Bachelors degree in Chemistry requires 120 credits which includes an internship to graduate.  All students can start their degree on any of the three tracks offered, but will need to request a tract adjustment upon beginning their junior level (sometime during Organic Chemistry II, Chem. 352).  The Satellite Academic Advising Center for our college is located in Austin 106B and can help with the track adjustments.  They can be contacted at 208.496.9880 or e-mailed at cpseacademicdiscoverycenter@byui.edu.   You can also visit their website at Academic Discovery Center.  Please refer to the current catalog for the courses that are required for this degree and for sequencing sheets to help make a graduation plan of required courses.

B.S. in Chemistry Education

A Bachelors degree in Chemistry Education requires 120 credits which includes Student Teaching.  All students can start their degree on any of the three tracks offered, but may need to apply to go off track for one semester, Fall or Winter to complete their degree.  The Satellite Academic Advising Center can also help with the requirements for this change.  Contact information is the same as listed above.  It is recommended that students minor in Math Ed, Physics Ed, or Physical Science Ed to stay within the 120 credit limit.  Double counting is allowed in major and minor courses.  Please refer to the current catalog for the courses that are required for this degree and for sequencing sheets to help make a graduation plan of required courses.

We also offer:

·         Two Minor Degrees

·         Chemistry Introductory Module

·         Chemistry Cluster

·         Animal Health Chemistry Cluster

·         Biochemistry Concentration

For more information on these degrees, please see the current BYU-Idaho Catalog.