The Chemistry Department offers Bachelor’s degrees in Chemistry (General) and a Professional Chemistry option. These programs provide excellent preparation for jobs in chemical industry, application to medical, pharmacy, dental and optometry professional schools as well as graduate school in Chemistry. You can earn the qualifications to become a Forensic Scientist. Students also have the opportunity to participate in exciting chemical research with our faculty members.
The College of Arts and Sciences offers students a traditional liberal education to meet the needs of the 21st century, allowing them to compete for a variety of careers in an increasingly complex and evolving world.
Chemistry majors are advised by professional advisors in the College of Arts and Sciences Advising Center in their Freshman and Sophomore years and by department faculty in their Junior and Senior years.
Whether you wish to prepare for a career in the medical field, a career in Chemistry or Forensic Science, or to prepare for graduate study in Chemistry, our programs can get you there!
Our faculty and staff are professionals dedicated to your success. We would be happy for you to contact us or to come for a visit.
The Chemistry Department maintains an array of modern instrumentation and equipment for spectroscopy, separations, synthesis, and analysis.
Our faculty members are professionals in the various fields of Chemistry and other Physical Sciences. They are active in research in all areas of Chemistry and in Meteorology. Undergraduate research is a way to get research experience before leaving college. As a student you will work closely with a faculty advisor on a shared research project. The research options are almost limitless and the experience is invaluable.
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