To insure sufficient breadth and depth in the minor in chemistry, the department recommends completion of freshman and sophomore-level courses plus some advanced courses.
- B.S. Chemistry
- B.S. Chemistry / B.S. Chemical Engineering with Stevens
- B.S. Biochemistry
- M.S. Chemistry
- Ph.D. Chemistry
- Affiliated Programs
- Facilities and Instrumentation
- Academic Integrity Policy
- Arts & Sciences Core Curriculum
- University Core Curriculum
- Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
The minor in chemistry requires a total of 22 credits.
Two semesters of general chemistry:
CHEM 1123-1124 General Chemistry I-II (4 credits)
and CHEM 1125-1126 General Chemistry Laboratory I-II (4 credits)
CHEM 1107-1108 Principles of Chemistry I-II (9 credits)
Two semesters of organic chemistry:
CHEM 2321-2322 Organic Chemistry I-II (4 credits)
CHEM 2315-2316 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I-II (4 credits)
CHEM 2313-2314 Organic Chemistry I-II (10 credits)
Two additional semester courses with course numbers above CHEM 2000 not mutually exclusive.
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