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Minor in Chemistry

The purpose of this program is to permit students majoring in other areas to obtain a solid, broad-based knowledge of chemistry. The program is applicable to those students in other areas of science and in preprofessional programs. All coursework for the Minor in Chemistry must be completed with a grade of “C-” or better.

23 semester credit hours are required for this minor:

CHE  1103  General Chemistry I (or CHE 1143 Principles of Chemistry I)
CHE  1121  General Chemistry I Laboratory
CHE  1113  General Chemistry II (or CHE 1153 Principles of Chemistry II)
CHE  1131  General Chemistry II Laboratory
CHE  2603  Organic Chemistry I
CHE  2612  Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
CHE  3643  Organic Chemistry II (or CHE 3673 Organic Chemistry II with Biological Applications)

7 additional hours of 2000-, 3000- or 4000-level chemistry courses including at least one of the following laboratory-based courses:

CHE  3214  Analytical Chemistry
CHE  3464  Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry
CHE  3854  Basic Biophysical Chemistry

To declare a Minor in Chemistry, obtain advice, or seek approval of substitutions for course requirements, students should consult the undergraduate advisor in the College of Sciences Undergraduate Advising Center.