The battery of courses required for a minor in chemistry provides a selection of inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, and biochemistry. The 18 credit hour minor in chemistry complements all baccalaureate programs, especially those leading to a Bachelor of Science degree.
To receive a minor in chemistry, students must earn a "C" or better in 18 credit hours of coursework as outlined below.
- CHEM 2310 - General Organic Chemistry I (3 hrs)
- CHEM 2310L - General Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (1 hr)
- CHEM 2311 - General Organic Chemistry II (3 hrs)
- CHEM 2311L - General Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (1 hr)
- CHEM 2410 - Quantitative Analysis (4hr)
- CHEM 3320 - Instrumental Analysis ((3 hrs)
- CHEM 3310 or BIOL 3410 - Biochemistry (3-4 hrs)
- CHEM 4310 - Bioinorganic Chemistry (3 hrs)
- CHEM 4320 - Advanced Topics in Biochemical Analysis and Instrumentation (3 hrs)
- CHEM 4330 - Toxicology (3 hrs)
- CHEM 4915 - Research Problems in Chemistry (3 hrs)
Total (18 Credit Hours)