When you earn a minor a chemistry, you will learn a variety of laboratory techniques, laboratory safety, chemical synthesis, and measurement of chemical properties and phenomena. You will learn to communicate ideas effectively orally and in writing. You will analyze data, and access and integrate information from various sources in order to solve problems.
You can apply the knowledge and skills you gain from completing the chemistry minor to many career pathways – an understanding of matter on the atomic and molecular level is central to all physical and biological processes. Chemistry graduates have gone on to have careers in the fields of education, engineering, environmental sciences, forensics, geosciences, healthcare, management, pharmaceuticals, toxicology, nutrition and chemistry.