The Department of Chemistry offers a minor in chemistry that provides students with a solid general chemistry background and an opportunity for more in-depth study of chemical subdisciplines that include organic, physical, analytical, inorganic and biochemistry. Chemistry Minors get a strong basic foundation in modern chemical theory and practice that can augment or complement a major, and affords them sufficient background to engage in research projects with faculty mentors and fellow undergraduates.
· General Chemistry I (CHEM 1321/1311) with lab (CHEM 1331)
· General Chemistry II (CHEM 1322/1312) with lab (CHEM 1332)
· Any four (4) CHEM lecture courses at or above the 2000 level
(prerequisites and corequisites must be met)
· Any two (2) CHEM laboratory courses
(prerequisites and corequisites must be met
See the complete list of CHEM courses available.