Students not taking a first or second major in chemistry may earn an area minor in chemistry or environmental chemistry. The requirements for students with a first or second major in applied biology or chemical engineering are different from those majoring in other disciplines. See the course catalog for details.
You don’t have to wait until grad school to get hands-on research experience. Our students are in the lab early and often, joined by faculty mentors who are passionate about what they teach. Some students even have their work published in peer-reviewed journals.