The Department of Chemistry recognizes its obligation to guide its students to think analytically, critically and creatively. Chemistry is a discipline that combines qualitative and quantitative reasoning. These discipline-based courses develop reasoning skills, which are required for solving scientific problems and for understanding current structural and behavioral models of matter.
The Department is committed to offering major programs for those students wishing to concentrate their undergraduate studies in the field of chemistry. A program certified by the Committee on professional Training of the American Chemical Society (ACS) is offered for those students wishing to undertake graduate study in chemistry or who wish to seek employment as chemists upon graduation. The department also offers a major program for students seeking entry into new and current technologies and to develop research skills through our undergraduate research program.
Degree Program for Chemistry
- B.A. in Chemistry / General Option
- B.S. in Chemistry / Expanded Option-ACS Certified
- B.S. in Chemistry / Chemical Instrumentation Option-ACS Certified
- B.A. in Chemistry / Teacher Certification, K-12 Chemistry
For a complete list of course descriptions and degree requirements, click here.