The Bachelor of Science degrees in Chemistry and Biochemistry are designed for students who intend to pursue advanced studies leading to the Master's or Doctoral degree in the chemical sciences, or who wish to obtain employment as chemists in industrial or government laboratories. A research project is required of all students earning the Bachelor of Science degree.
The Bachelor of Arts degrees in Chemistry and Biochemistry are designed for students who intend to pursue a career in teaching science or chemistry at the high-school level (B.A. Chemistry) or have an interest in health-related fields (B.A. Biochemistry).
Learn about some careers in Careers In Chemistry here.
Read about the Course Descriptions to learn more about what you'll study in the program.
Check out the chemistry and biochemistry Degree Plans to guide your course selection.
American Chemical Society Project SEED provides the opportunity for high school students to participate in an eight-week summer program emphasizing career development and the motivation to pursue higher education in the natural sciences.
The School of Business Administration has an Academic Services Coordinator on its staff to assist students with degree plans, scheduling, and other advising needs in addition to faculty advising.
Department of Chemistry
McFadden Building, Suite 310
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