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Chemistry and Biochemistry Minor Requirements

Two student scientist conduct an experiment in a lab. Even if you don't plan on a career in medicine or scientific research, a fundamental knowledge of Chemistry/Biochemistry is beneficial to many careers. For example, working in the pharmaceutical industry or in healthcare administration. The Chemistry minor is 23 credits and the Biochemistry minor is 24.


 Chemistry Minor (23 Credits)

  • CHE 0142 - General Chemistry I
    • 3 Credits
  • CHE 0143 - General Chemistry I Laboratory
    • 1 Credit
  • CHE 0145 - General Chemistry II
    • 3 Credits
  • CHE 0146 - General Chemistry II Laboratory
    • 1 Credit
  • CHE 0230 - Organic Chemistry I
    • 3 Credits
  • CHE 0231 - Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
    • 1 Credit
  • CHE 0235 - Organic Chemistry II 
    • 3 Credits
  • CHE 0236 - Organic Chemistry II Laboratory
    • 1 Credit
  • CHE 0300  - Analytical Chemistry
    • 3 Credits
  • CHE 0301 - Analytical Chemistry Laboratory
    • 1 Credit
  • CHE 0400 - Biochemistry I
    • 3 Credits

Biochemistry Minor (24 Credits)

  • CHE 0142 - General Chemistry I
    • 3 Credits
  • CHE 0143 - General Chemistry I Laboratory
    • 1 Credit
  • CHE 0145 - General Chemistry II
    • 3 Credits
  • CHE 0146 - General Chemistry II Laboratory
    • 1 Credit
  • CHE 0230 - Organic Chemistry I
    • 3 Credits
  • CHE 0231 - Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
    • 1 Credit
  • CHE 0235 - Organic Chemistry II 
    • 3 Credits
  • CHE 0236 - Organic Chemistry II Laboratory
    • 1 Credit
  • CHE 0400 - Biochemistry I
    • 3 Credits
  • BIO 0150 - General Biology I (Cell)
    • 3 Credits
  • BIO 0151 - General Biology I Laboratory (Cell)
    • 1 Credit
  • Elective* (3-4 Credits)

*Microbiology. BIO 0200 (3 credits) and BIO 0201 Microbiology Laboratory (1 credit) are recommended.