A minor in chemistry shall consist of CHEM 1101, 1102, 2201, 2202 and two additional
chemistry courses from the following: CHEM 2251, 3301, 3302, 3311, 4421,
4422, 4431, 4451. Students must demonstrate proficiency in general chemistry
by passing the ACS General Chemistry Examination as stated above.
Why pursue a minor?
While any major at LaGrange College also can be declared as a minor, there are several areas of study (listed at left) that are available only as a minor.
There are a number of good reasons to consider a minor:
- Minors can make you more attractive to employers. An additional area of study shows a prospective employer that you're versatile, that you are interested and accomplished in more than one topic, and that you're ambitious.
- Graduate schools also like a minor. An additional area of study may help your admission chances or give you another degree option.
- Why not learn more about a topic that you're passionate about? Isn't that what college is all about?
At LaGrange College, students are encouraged to consider a minor, and most majors will accommodate one. Consider a minor that will enhance your major program of study.
For details on requirements, visit the college's catalog.