Analytical Chemistry Minor
The Analytical Chemistry Minor is meant to create a foundation in preparation for a career in laboratory chemical analysis. As a professional enhancement minor, the Analytical Chemistry Minor is further designed to help prepare students to succeed in graduate school work involving instrumentation and analytical chemical laboratory techniques. Through this minor students will be introduced to statistical analysis of data, chemical science foundation, and techniques of standard laboratory practice and instrumentation in chemical analysis. This minor is not available for Chemistry majors.
Students interested in the analytical chemistry minor should consider a major or minor in mathematics or one of the natural sciences.
The following courses are required for the analytical chemistry minor (19 credits).
- CHE-141 General Chemistry I & Laboratory (4 cr)
- CHE 142 General Chemistry II & Laboratory (4 cr)
- CHE-252 Analytical Chemistry I & Laboratory (4 cr)
- CHE-351 Analytical Chemistry II & Laboratory (4 cr)
- MAT-112 Introduction to Statistics (3 cr)
MAT-212 Advanced Statistical Methods (3 cr)
Student Learning Outcomes
- Students gain skills and concepts necessary to be successful in an analytical chemistry laboratory.
- Students analyze and interpret data using modern technological tools.
- Students develop problem solving skills.
- Students learn to communicate in a manner appropriate for the field.