Chemistry, Minor - Liberal Arts
Liberal Arts (Code 100-405)
|A minimum of 24 semester credits, including:|
|Select one of the following: 1||6|
|General Chemistry I Lecture|
and General Chemistry I Laboratory
and General Chemistry II with Lab
|CHEM 218||Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry||3|
|CHEM 325||Organic Chemistry I with Laboratory||4|
|CHEM 326||Organic Chemistry II with Laboratory||4|
|CHEM 213||Quantitative Analysis||4|
|or CHEM 352||Fundamentals of Biochemistry|
|Total Core Credits||21|
|Remaining credits selected from:|
|Fundamentals of Biochemistry|
|Molecules and Medicine|
|Survey of Industrial Chemistry|
|Modern Organic Chemistry|
|Physical Chemistry I|
|Physical Chemistry II|
Other advanced courses may be approved by petition.
Program Learning Outcomes
Students completing this program will be expected to meet the following learning outcomes:
- Structure and Bonding: Students can describe the structural properties of matter, as well as rationalize and predict chemical stability or physical properties on the basis of structure.
- Reactivity and Stability: Students can classify and rationalize chemical transformations, and predict and quantify products.
- Laboratory Skills: Students will become proficient in rudimentary laboratory techniques.
- Chemical Safety: Students will function safely in a chemical laboratory, and will manage waste effectively.