chemistry minor

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The Department of Natural Sciences offers a number of courses in chemistry to provide students with access to many learning opportunities as part of its Liberal Education Program.

The minor in Chemistry is for students interested in further study in chemistry. Students may use this option to pursue laboratory research, education or augment their transcript for application to graduate study. See the college catalog for specific course requirements.

Teaching Assistantship

Qualified junior and senior students may apply to work with faculty members as teaching assistants in 100- and 200-level courses. The assistant has instructional responsibilities in the class and participates with the faculty member in regular discussions concerning the course and teaching methodology.

Chemistry Faculty…

Students learn from experienced, expert faculty members.