A strong foundation in chemistry is essential to understanding the physical composition of both the living and nonliving matter that surrounds us. If you’re pursuing a science or health care degree from Post University, a chemistry minor is a great option to gain additional skills and knowledge that are relevant to your studies and chosen career field.
Program HighlightsThrough lectures and hands-on labs at our Connecticut campus, the chemistry minor is designed to expose you to the molecular basis of the universe in which we live. For a total of 16 credit hours, your chemistry courses include:
Each chemistry class and lab is small in size but extensive in hands-on learning. This, combined with one-on-one guidance from our experienced faculty and staff, better prepares you to enter the workforce with the practical skills you need.
At Post University, we take a personal interest in your success. That’s why we offer a variety of concentrations to customize your degree to your goals and dedicated academic advising to help move you from enrollment to career placement.
Contact Post University if you’re interested in enhancing your skills and specializing your degree with a chemistry minor. Contact an academic advisor today, and they will reach out to you and answer any additional questions you have.
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