The Department of Chemistry offers a minor in chemistry to students who wish to enhance their degrees with a strong concentration in this area. The Chemistry minor is open to any student, and a minor is an excellent credential in the eyes of future employers and enhances the records of students. The Chemistry minor provides a broad and general exposure to the traditional areas of the chemical sciences and also specialized areas of modern chemistry. The minor provides sufficient concentration of courses to be able to understand a wide range of chemical phenomena and appreciate the impact of chemical phenomena on both your profession and life experiences.
Coordinator: Dr. Mark Teece
The Minor in Chemistry is open to all undergraduates at SUNY-ESF. Admission to the Chemistry minor requires sophomore, or higher, status, students to have completed one year of General Chemistry (I and II) with lab (8 credits) and one year of Organic Chemistry (I and II) with lab (8 credits).
Fifteen credit hours of upper division chemistry credits (300 level or above) are required from a list of suggested courses, including:
Further information about the minor can be obtained from:
Undergraduate Curriculum Coordinator