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Chemistry and BiochemistryChemistry occupies a unique position within the modern sciences. Ultimately, most of the phenomena in the biological, geological, physical, environmental and medical sciences can be expressed in terms of the chemical and physical behavior of atoms and molecules.
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Health Sciences Minor
Students interested in receiving a minor in health science are required to take 30 credit-hours of six specific courses.
Biology's Anatomy and Physiology for non-biology majors BIOL 232, BIOL 233, and Biology 234 provide 15 credit-hours toward the minor. Chemistry's General Chemistry for the Health Sciences, CHEM 161; Organic Chemistry for the Health Sciences, CHEM 162; and Biochemistry for the Health Sciences, CHEM 163 provide the final 15 credit-hours for this minor.
Requirements for Minor in Health Science - 30 credits
BIOL 232 Anatomy and Physiology for Non-Biology Majors (5)
BIOL 233 Anatomy and Physiology for Non-Biology Majors (5)
BIOL 234 Anatomy and Physiology for Non-Biology Majors (5)
CHEM 161 General Chemistry for the Health Sciences (5)
CHEM 162 Organic Chemistry for the Health Sciences (5)
CHEM 163 Biochemistry for the Health Sciences (5)
Click here for a list of these requirements
Advisor: Dr. Ken Raymond
What will I study?
Students concentrate their studies in 3 specific biology courses and 3 specific chemistry courses.
Emphases / Concentrations:
- Anatomy and Physiology for non-biology majors
- General, Organic and Biochemistry for the health sciences
What could I do with my degree?
- No degrees is awarded. This minor is listed on the transcript upon graduation.