Minor in Chemistry

To complete the Chemistry minor, students should complete a year of general chemistry, a year of organic chemistry, and then three additional chemistry courses, two having associated laboratories. To receive the minor, students must complete a written application.  Applications for the minor can be obtained from Ms. Nancy Proud in the Chemistry Office (Mendel 215A). 

To complete the requirements for a Minor in Chemistry, students must complete all three of the below conditions:

Note: Students cannot apply both 4611 and 4621 to the Chemistry minor.

Part I Part II Part III

Students must complete the following:

Students must complete two of the following courses with lab:

Students must complete one of the following courses:

CHM 1151/1103 and CHM 1152/1104

(CHM 1151/1103 and CHM 1156

for Engineering Students)

OR

CHM 1311/1301 and CHM 1512/1502

AND

CHM 2211/2201 and CHM 2212/2202

OR

CHM 3211/3201 and CHM 3212/3202

CHM 3511/3501

CHM 3411/3403 OR CHM 3415/3401*

CHM 3412/3404 OR CHM 3416/3402

CHM 1311/1301

CHM 1512/1502

CHM 3311/3301

CHM 3514/3503

CHM 4611/4601 (see below

One additional course with lab from column B

CHM 3417

CHE 5633

Any 4000 level course

Any 7000 level or higher course

(EXCEPT 7693 or 8662)

 

CHM4621/4622/4603 (counts as two courses)

*For Chemical Engineering Students: CHM 3415/3401 does not count toward a Chemistry minor

Villanova Chemistry at a Glance:

Degrees Offered: B.S., M.S.
Full Time Faculty: 25
Undergraduate Majors: 85
Graduate Students: 25
Equipment: an array of modern instrumentation for conducting research and instructional facilities
Building: Mendel Science Center houses research and instructional facilities for 6 scientific departments, including 17 chemistry research labs

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