This Roadmap is provided as a SAMPLE GUIDE showing what a full-time student's schedule MAY look like. There is no guarantee that all classes will be offered each semester or that classes will have space available. You must meet all prerequisite requirements prior to registering for a class.
Follow this roadmap to transfer to a four-year university in a Chemistry major. This is a sample schedule for planning your classes, but should be individualized for specific majors and universities
|CHEM 25*||CHEM-026||GE or SPEECH-110|
|MATH -050*||MATH-060||GE (optional)|
|ENGLISH -100||ENGLISH -220 or 221**|
|MATH -070||MATH -075****|
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*MATH-050 has prerequisites of geometry and precalculus. CHEM-025 has prerequisites of high school chemistry or CHEM-006, and MATH-030 or high school Algebra 2. PHYS-015 is recommended only if you have not completed physics in high school.
**The Chemistry major at UC Berkeley requires English 230, if IGETC will not be completed. Also for UC Berkeley, two or three semesters of foreign language must be completed, if three years of a foreign language were not completed in high school.
***Some universities require PHYS 42, and some don't. For a B.A. in Chemistry, instead of a B.S., some universities accept PHYS-036-39 instead of PHYS-040-42. Please check with your LMC Counselor and www.assist.org for specific campuses.
Biochemistry majors, and certain options in the Chemistry major, and UC Merced and Cal Poly (SLO), may also require completion of BIOSC-020 & 21, and other specified courses. Please check with your LMC Counselor and www.assist.org. (BIOSC-020 has a prerequisite of Algebra 2, and an advisory of a previous Biology class.)
This plan is for full-time students who can commit to 30 to 32+ hours outside of class every week for studying and assignments. For successful completion, this plan will require your commitment and excellent time management skills.
Planning for transfer is a complex process. Please consult with your LMC Counselor, professors in your major classes, and university representatives every semester.
These plans do not guarantee acceptance to a university – other factors such as strength of academic preparation and related experience are also important.