Chemistry - Minor Curriculum
Chemistry Minor Requirements
The Ecampus Chemistry Minor requires a minimum of 27 credit hours and must include a minimum of four upper-division courses (300-400) of three or more credits in at least two areas of chemistry (organic, analytical or inorganic) and including one laboratory course.
CH 121, CH 122, CH 123 - General Chemistry Sequence (15 credits total, 5 per course. CH 122 and CH 123 include online laboratories. No site visits are required, all course components are completed online.)
CH 331, CH 332 - Organic Chemistry Sequence (8 credits total, 4 per course. Requires separate laboratory course.)
CH 337 - Organic Chemistry Lab (4 credits)
Chemistry 337 incorporates the sequence’s sole lab component and is offered only during Summer Session in two separate formats:
- Session 5: fully on-site three week format
- Session 3: blended online/on-site six week format. Weeks 1, 2, 5 and 6 are online. The lab component is administered through a mandatory two week on-site visit to the OSU campus during weeks 3 and 4.
CH 324 - Quantitative Analysis (4 credits, requires on-campus lab experience)
CH 390 - Environmental Chemistry (3 credits)
CH 411 - Inorganic Chemistry (3 credits)
CH 490 - Computer Programming for Scientists (3 credits)
Visit the listing of All Chemistry Courses offered online for course descriptions.
Visit the main OSU Chemistry Minor page for answers to frequently asked questions and on-campus course options.
If you're degree program requires a chemistry course sequence, visit our Online Chemistry & Lab Courses to find out how you can complete it online through OSU Ecampus.