Chemical, Earth, Atmospheric and Physical Sciences

BS Chemistry/Biochemistry Option

  • CH 1050 Laboratory Safety + lab
  • CH 2330 General Chemistry I (QRCO) + lab (then CH 2340 Gen. Chem. II)
  • Note: Student will also need to complete one sequence of Calculus (MA 2490 and MA 2500 Applied Calculus I & II; or MA 2550 and MA 2560 Calculus I & II); a sequence of University Physics w/labs (PH 2410, PH 2420, PH 2430, PH 2440) is also part of the core.

BS Chemistry/Chemistry Education (7-12) Option

  • CH 1050 Laboratory Safety + lab
  • CH 2330 General Chemistry I (QRCO) + lab (then CH 2340 Gen. Chem. II)
  • Note: Student will also need to complete one sequence of Calculus (MA 2490 and MA 2500 Applied Calculus I & II; or MA 2550 and MA 2560 Calculus I & II); a sequence of University Physics w/labs (PH 2410, PH 2420, PH 2430, PH 2440) is also part of the core.

BS Chemistry/General Chemistry Option

  • CH 1050 Laboratory Safety + lab
  • CH 2330 General Chemistry I (QRCO) + lab (then CH 2340 Gen. Chem. II)
  • Note: Student will also need to complete one sequence of Calculus (MA 2490 and MA 2500 Applied Calculus I & II; or MA 2550 and MA 2560 Calculus I & II); a sequence of University Physics w/labs (PH 2410, PH 2420, PH 2430, PH 2440) is also part of the core.

BS Chemistry/Environmental Chemistry Option

  • CH 1050 Laboratory Safety + lab
  • CH 2330 General Chemistry I (QRCO) + lab (then CH 2340 Gen. Chem. II)
  • Note: Student will also need to complete one sequence of Calculus (MA 2490 and MA 2500 Applied Calculus I & II; or MA 2550 and MA 2560 Calculus I & II); a sequence of University Physics w/labs (PH 2410, PH 2420, PH 2430, PH 2440) is also part of the core.

BS Meteorology

Completing the Meteorology degree in four years requires a serious commitment to math and science that often begins in high school with advanced placement coursework. More students are interested in this program than will complete it successfully. A student interested in the subject matter uncertain about his or her commitment to a science degree might do better to fulfill Directions requirements with courses offered by this department while exploring another major.

  • MT 2110 Introduction to Meteorology
  • MT 2230 Introduction to Meteorological Analysis
  • MT 2800 Climatology (GACO)
  • CH 2330 General Chemistry I (QRCO) + lab (then CH 2340 Gen. Chem. II)
  • MA 2550 Calculus I (MATH) (then MA 2560 Calculus II [QRCO])
  • PH 2410 University Physics (with lab, PH 2430, to be followed by PH 2420 and 2440)

Contact Information

Campus Location:
Mary Lyon Hall Garden Level
(Enter through HUB-side entrance only)
Room 034


Hours of Operation:
8 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday - Friday


Phone: 603-535-3065
Fax: 603-535-2870

Email: bwlajeunesse(at)Plymouth(dot) edu
(Barbara LaJeunesse, Administrative Assistant)


Mailing Address:
17 High Street, MSC 61
Plymouth, NH 03264