The Chemistry minor complements a student's major by strengthening the understanding of science at the molecular level. Experiences within these courses will assist students in recognizing and addressing the changing needs of society, as well as providing grounding in conceptual and practical knowledge. The program is designed to provide flexibility so that students can tailor the program to their personal interests.

Minor requirements include:

 

    Required Courses:

     

    • CH 130 - General Chemistry
    • CH 150 - Structure and Reactivity

    Select 16 credits from the following:

    • CH 220 - Forensic Chemistry
    • CH 230 - Structure and Functions
    • CH 251 - Reaction and Mechanism
    • CH 260 - Environmental Chemistry
    • CH 270 - Quantitative Analysis
    • CH 280 - Physical Chemistry I
    • CH 281 - Physical Chemistry II
    • CH 310 - Instrumental Analysis
    • CH 340 - Inorganic Chemistry I
    • CH 350 - Physical Organic Chemistry
    • CH 355 - Polymer Chemistry
    • CH 360 - Inorganic Chemistry II
    • CH 370 - Synthesis and Characterization
    • CH 380 - Physical Chemistry III
    • CH 400 - Independent Study
    • CH 405 - Special Topics in Chemistry
    • CH 406 - Special Topics in Chemistry with Laboratory
    • CH 410 - Research
    • PS 231 - Modern Physics
    • BI 336 - Biochemistry