By studying Environmental Chemistry, you’ll learn how to use the concepts of chemistry to examine the environment -- namely, our air, water, soil and the contaminants that can pollute them. Combined with a degree in science, engineering or mathematics, you’ll gain knowledge you can use in your career and life to protect the environment and human health.
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Requirements for the Minor in Environmental Chemistry
|CHEM||191, 192||Principles of Chemistry I and II and Labs|
|CHEM||201, 202||Environmental Chemistry I and II and Labs|
|CHEM||311||Analytical Chemistry and Lab|
|CHEM||312||Instrumental Methods of Analysis and Lab|
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