About the Program
Are you interested in using chemistry as a solution to research problems in the natural or physical sciences? In enhancing your marketability for laboratory-based jobs after graduation? Or to further develop your deductive reasoning and analytical skills to solve challenging real-world problems? Overall, a chemistry minor can serve as a springboard to many opportunities and enrich your overall educational experience.
A student with a major in another program may minor in Chemistry with the permission of the academic director. Twenty-three hours of course work is required for the Minor in Chemistry as specified below. This minor indicates a significant level of accomplishment in the important foundation areas of Chemistry.
|CHE 110/110L - General Chemistry I**||4|
|CHE 111/111L - General Chemistry II**||4|
|CHE 210/210L or CHE 210G/210LG - Organic Chemistry I**||5|
|CHE 211/211L or CHE 211G/211LG - Organic Chemistry II**||5|
|CHE 307/307L - Quantitative Analysis||5|
The chemistry course grade point average must be maintained at 2.00 (C) or better.
**The following course substitutions may be made with advisor permission: CHE 150 for CHE 110; CHE 151 for CHE 111; CHE 250 for CHE 210 or CHE 210G; and/or CHE 251 for CHE 211 or CHE 211G.