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Chemistry Minor 

Requirements are a minimum of 23 semester hours of chemistry: CHEM 1201, CHEM 1202, CHEM 1212 (or CHEM 1421, CHEM 1422, CHEM 1431) and a minimum of 15 semester hours at 2000 level or above. These additional 15 hours must include a two to three semester laboratory course and at least six semester hours at the 3000 level or above. The following courses cannot be taken to meet the requirements of the minor in Chemistry: CHEM 2900, CHEM 3900, CHEM 4003, and CHEM 4005. Interested students should contact the Undergraduate Chemistry Office.
 

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