Minor in Chemistry

Chemistry Minor – 23 units

A minimum of 23 units of Chemistry are required to qualify for a minor in chemistry. Ten of the 23 units must be upper-division, with at least six of those units taken at SF State. Courses from community colleges cannot be used to meet the upper division unit requirement for the minor.

All courses must be completed with grades of C- or better (CR/NC grading is not accepted).

Required Courses

CHEM 115General Chemistry I: Essential Concepts of Chemistry5
CHEM 215
CHEM 216
General Chemistry II: Quantitative Applications of Chemistry Concepts
and General Chemistry II Laboratory: Quantitative Applications of Chemistry Concepts

Only one course from each of the following pairs can be counted towards the minor:

CHEM 130General Organic Chemistry3
or CHEM 233 Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 349General Biochemistry3
or CHEM 340 Biochemistry I

The following courses cannot be counted toward the minor:

CHEM 100Preparation for Chemistry3
CHEM 101Survey of Chemistry3
CHEM 102Survey of Chemistry Laboratory1