Minors

Chemistry (32 hours)

If you major in chemistry or biochemistry, you may not also minor in chemistry.

Chemistry Course Requirements (8 hours)

Course Credits
Chemistry 151/L General Chemistry I 4
Chemistry 152/L General Chemistry II 4


Elective Course (4 hours)
Complete one of the following.

Course Credits
Chemistry 233/L Quantitative Analysis 4
Chemistry 321/L Inorganic Chemistry 4
Chemistry 341/L Organic Chemistry I 4


Upper-Division Chemistry Courses (20 hours)
Choose 20 hours from the following.

Course Credits
Chemistry 342/L Organic Chemistry II 4
Chemistry 401/L Biochemical Methods 2
Chemistry 407 Forensic Chemistry 3
Chemistry 411/L Physical Chemistry/Thermodynamics 3
Chemistry 412 Physical Chemistry/Quantum Mechanics 3
Chemistry 442 Advanced Organic Chemistry 3
Chemistry 450/L Instrumental Analysis 4
Chemistry 452 Biochemistry 3
Chemistry 453 Advanced Biochemistry 3
Chemistry 454 Geochemistry 3

 

Geology (19-20 hours)

Geology Course Requirements (16 hours)

Course Credits
Geology 123/L Earth Resources 4
Geology 151/L Physical Geology 4
Geology 152/L Historical Geology 4
Geology 305/L Earth Materials 4


Elective Course (3-4 hours)
Complete 3-4 hours of upper-division (300- or 400-level) geology courses.

 

Endorsement Area

General Science with Elementary and Special Education Licensure (19-20 hours)

Up to 12 hours of science coursework taken as part of the General Education Requirements may apply to this endorsement area. You must take the 151/L courses. If you choose this endorsement area as your minor, be sure to visit with your advisor to assist with your selection of electives.

General Science Course Requirements (16 hours)

Course Credits
Biology 154/L General Biology I: Subcellular through Organismic Biology OR
Biology 155/L General Biology II: Organismic through Supraorganismic Biology
4
Chemistry 151/L General Chemistry I 4
Geology 151/L Physical Geology 4
Physics 151/L General Physics 4


Elective Courses (8 hours)
Complete two of the following.

Course Credits
Biology 209/L Anatomy and Physiology I 4
Biology 216/L General Botany 4
Biology 301/L Entomology 4
Geology 123/L Earth Resources 4
Geology 152/L Historical Geology 4
Physics 141/L Astronomy 4

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