Chemistry Minor

A minor in Chemistry is intended to broaden the academic base of students who already have a solid scientific background in areas such as biology, microbiology, biochemistry, and engineering. The curriculum exposes students to the first 2 years of introductory chemistry and provides additional knowledge at a more advanced level in an area of the student’s choice. Students must take a minimum of 23 credits from the following list, including at least one advanced (400 level) chemistry course. At least 14 credits must be taken at UMaine.

A 500 level chemistry course can be used to fulfill the minor requirement by obtaining permission from the course instructor and academic advisor. No grade below a C- will be accepted toward these requirements.

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9.6.17
  • CHY 121 – Introduction to Chemistry Credits: 3
  • CHY 122 – The Molecular Basis of Chemical Change Credits: 3
  • CHY 123 – Introduction to Chemistry Laboratory Credits: 1
  • CHY 124 – The Molecular Basis of Chemical Change Laboratory Credits: 1
  • CHY 242 – Principals of Quantitative Analysis and Solution Equilibria Credits: 5
  • CHY 251 – Organic Chemistry I Credits: 3
  • CHY 252 – Organic Chemistry II Credits: 3
  • CHY 253 – Organic Chemistry Laboratory I Credits: 2
  • CHY 254 – Organic Chemistry Laboratory II Credits: 2
  • CHY 431 – Structure and Mechanism in Biological Chemistry Credits: 3
  • CHY 443 – Instrumental Analysis Credits: 3
  • CHY 453 – Intermediate Organic Chemistry Credits: 4
  • CHY 461 – Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I Credits: 3
  • CHY 462 – Organometallic Chemistry Credits: 3
  • CHY 471 – Physical Chemistry I Credits: 3
  • CHY 472 – Physical Chemistry II Credits: 3
  • CHY 475 – Physical Chemistry III Credits: 3
  • CHY 483 – Introductory Wood Chemistry Credits: 3