Saint Louis University

This program is intended for students interested in obtaining a B.A. in Chemistry (from SLU) and a B.S. in Chemical Engineering (from Washington University). The program requires 23 hours of chemistry credit from SLU. The student is given 6 hours of chemistry credit towards their B.A. for two chemical engineering courses taken at Washington University.

Courses:

Saint Louis University--Dual Degree Engineering Program

Chemistry Courses and Biology Courses

CHEM-167

General Chemistry I

3 hrs

CHEM-165

General Chemistry Lab I

1 hr

CHEM-168

General Chemistry II

3 hrs

CHEM-166

General Chemistry Lab II

1 hr

CHEM-320

Analytical Chemistry I

2 hrs

CHEM-322

Analytical Chemistry I Laboratory

2 hrs

CHEM-333

Physical Chemistry I

3 hrs

CHEM-334

Physical Chemistry II

3 hrs

CHEM-346

Organic Chemistry I

3 hrs

CHEM-348

Organic Chemistry Lab I

1 hr

CHEM-347

Organic Chemistry II

3 hrs

CHEM-350

Organic Chemistry Lab II

1 hrs

BIOL-104 Principles of Biology I 4 hrs

Physics Courses

PHYS-161

Engineering Physics I

3 hrs

PHYS-162

Engineering Physics I Laboratory

1 hr

PHYS-163

Engineering Physics II

3 hrs

PHYS-164

Engineering Physics II Laboratory

1 hr

Mathematics and Computer Science Courses

MATH-142

Calculus I

4 hrs

MATH-143

Calculus II

4 hrs

MATH-244

Calculus III 4 hrs

MATH-351

Differential Equations 3 hrs

CSCI-145

Scientific Programming 3 hrs

Core Curriculum Courses

Foundations of Discourse

3 hrs

Cultural Diversity

6 hrs

Modern & Classical Language

0-9 hrs

Fine Arts

3 hrs

Literature

6 hrs

World History

6 hrs

Philosophy

9 hrs

Theology

9 hrs

Social Science

6 hrs

Science

6 hrs--fulfilled by degree requirements

Mathematics

3 hrs--fulfilled by degree requirements

Additional information is found on the Core Curriculum web site

Elective Courses

15 hrs

Course descriptions and additional information is found on Banner Self-Service.

The course requirements listed above are typical, and may be revised to accommodate transfer credit, AP credit, 1818 courses, and related course substitutions. Contact Dr. Alexa Serfis, Department Associate Chair, for additional information.