Chemistry Minor

Chemistry is often referred to as the “central science” given that so many of its concepts are interwoven into the other scientific disciplines. Biology majors, in particular, require rigorous chemistry backgrounds if they are to enter successfully into careers in research or health-science fields or pursue a graduate degree in a biology-related field. The minor in Chemistry can also be completed in conjunction with other majors, such as Mathematics and Education, resulting in a career-enhancing interdisciplinary degree. The Chemistry minor requires 27 credits.

Required Courses: 20 credits

CH 221 General Chemistry I (4)

CH 222 General Chemistry II (4)

CH 331 Organic Chemistry I (4)

CH 332 Organic Chemistry II (4)

CH/BI 328 Studies in Biochemistry I (4)

Elective Courses: 7 credits

Current offerings:

*CH 329 Studies in Biochemistry II (3)

*CH 330 Analytical Chemistry (4)

*Offered alternating Fall semesters

 

For additional information please contact:

Dr. Colleen Evans, Assistant Professor of Chemistry

colleen.evans@dc.edu or 845-848-6016