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The minor in chemistry, gives students expanded proficiency in the area of chemistry. Many of the growing career fields, such as forensics, medicine and environmental quality, require a greater degree of chemistry than in the past.
The minor program in chemistry offered by the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences gives students expanded proficiency in the area of chemistry. Many of the growing career fields, such as forensic sciences, medicine and environmental quality, require a greater degree of chemistry than in the past. Therefore, students with a greater chemistry background have a competitive advantage in these fields. The chemistry minor gives students more experience in the advanced and integrative fields of chemistry through additional biochemistry and analytical chemistry courses. The awarding of the chemistry minor highlights the students' expanded chemistry knowledge to future schools and employers.
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