Minor in Chemistry (315000M)
Dr. Chris Ziegler
The following information has official approval of the Department of Chemistry and College of Arts & Sciences, but is intended only as a guide. Completion of this minor is contingent upon many factors, including but not limited to: class availability, total number of required credits, work schedule, finances, family, course drops/withdrawals, successfully passing courses, prerequisites, among others.
The following courses constitute a “Minor in Chemistry” and must be completed with a minimum grade point average of 2.0 overall for the minor to be noted on the student’s record. Please refer to the University Requirements for Minor Areas of Study for specific graduation information regarding minors.
|3150:151||Principles of Chemistry I||3|
|3150:152||Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory||1|
|3150:153||Principles of Chemistry II||3|
|3150:263||Organic Chemistry Lecture I||3|
|3150:264||Organic Chemistry Lecture II||3|
|Select 6 credits of 300/400 level Chemistry courses||6|
300-level Chemistry Elective 1
400-level Chemistry Elective 1
For additional 300/400 level chemistry courses, a premed, medical technology or biology student might take 3150:401 Biochemistry Lecture I, 3150:402 Biochemistry Lecture II (three credits each). An engineering or physics major might select 3150:313 Physical Chemistry Lecture I, 3150:314 Physical Chemistry Lecture II (three credits each). Analytical or instrumental courses might be attractive to students in other fields. Students who intend to minor in chemistry should seek advice from the Chemistry Department about the 300/400 level courses that would be most relevant to their interests.
Note: Chemical engineering majors automatically fulfill the requirements for a minor in chemistry.