Chemistry at Pitt-Johnstown
Pitt-Johnstown provides students with an interest in science the opportunity to select a minor in Chemistry. The Chemistry minor consists of general and advanced Chemistry classes. The minor allows students to engage in a serious minor that offers a challenging addition to their chosen major. The Chemistry minor is beneficial to those students looking to further their education in medical or other professional schools.
What Chemistry classes are available?
The courses listed below are only a small glimpse into the Chemistry courses available on our campus. To view the full list of Chemistry course descriptions, click here.
Pitt-Johnstown Chemistry Department
Minor Requirements (.pdf)
Pitt-Johnstown Chemistry Faculty
Dr. Elisabeth Bell-Loncella (University of South Carolina)
Office Location: 112B Engineering and Science Building
Dr. Joseph Carney (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Office Location: 114 Engineering and Science Building
Tracy Fisanick (University of California, Riverside)
Office Location: 249 Krebs Hall
Dr. Amber Helsel (State University of New York)
Office Location: 221D Engineering and Science Building
Jayne Hogue (Kent State University and Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
Office Location: 251A Krebs Hall
Dr. Thomas Malosh (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Office Location: 112C Engineering and Science Building
Sam Martinus (Montana State University)
Office Location: 119 Engineering and Science Building
Dr. Manisha Nigam (Ohio State University)
Office Location: 221 Engineering and Science Building
Office Location: 112A Engineering and Science Building
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