The following text is taken from The University of Findlay's undergraduate catalog.
First-year students who are required to take a general chemistry course (CHEM 111 or 130) are required to take a chemistry pretest at least one week prior to their first registration session. The pretest includes two parts: Part 1 involves mathematical problem solving and Part 2 examines prior chemistry knowledge. Students who have a satisfactory score on Part 1 do not need to register for CHEM 099 concurrently with a general chemistry course. Students who have a satisfactory score on Part 2 may take CHEM 130. All other students should enroll in CHEM 111.
First-year students who have earned a satisfactory score on the Chemistry AP exam must also take the chemistry pretest; however, the score from the AP exam will be used to place students into the appropriate general chemistry course.
A major in chemistry consists of CHEM 130 or 140, 130L or 140L, 131 or 141, 131L or 141L, 310 or 320, 310L or 320L, 311 or 321, 311L or 321L, 316, 316L, 340, 360, 395 (four hours), 400, 438, 450, 451, 460, and 499 (four hours); MATH 123, 141, 142, 310; PHYS 252 and 253. It is strongly recommended that students also take MATH 250, 295, 342, and 410. Students wishing to enter medical school are highly encouraged to complete BIOL 150, 150L, 152, and 152L.
A minor in chemistry consists of 20 hours of chemistry, including CHEM 130 or 140, 130L or 140L, 131 or 141, 131L or 141L, 310, 310L, 311, 311L, and 316/316L or 400.