Minor in Chemistry

If you’re curious about the composition, structure, and behavior of the world around you, consider a minor in Chemistry at Concordia University Ann Arbor.

Arts and Sciences

Department of Natural Science

Exploring the foundations of our Creator’s world

Chemistry students are the people who get excited about exploring the very foundations of our God-given world. Why does matter behave the way it does? What elements create the world around us and what makes them unique? How do chemicals interact in living things? If you find joy in discovering the answers to these questions, a Chemistry minor may be your calling!

Program Overview

At Concordia, we know what it’s like to get excited about titration and the pH scale! We’ve designed a well-rounded curriculum to help you advance as a scientist and develop analytic reasoning. Our chemistry program meets the requirements for an American Chemical Society (ACS) certified degree, and we are currently in the process of applying for this important distinction. Our Chemistry program offers you a liberal arts education with a Christian emphasis, as well as interactive learning in the classroom and the lab, research opportunities, and instruction from professors with industry experience.

What to Expect

A significant portion of your studies will take place in our recently constructed laboratories, with state-of-the-art technology and equipment. Whenever possible, our faculty takes a hands-on approach to learning, which is why you’ll soon be comfortable in a lab! You’ll gain a thorough knowledge of the various areas within chemistry, including organic, inorganic, analytical, physical, and biochemistry. You may also work one-on-one with a faculty member to conduct an undergraduate research project.

Locations
  • Ann Arbor

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