Our Bachelor of Science in Chemistry program is certified by the American Chemical Society and prepares students for graduate study or a career as a chemist in industry, in government service or in secondary school teaching.
Students may work with the department's faculty members in their research labs. Many faculty members are interdisciplinary in their training and interests and teach in several fields. Some students present their research results at national conferences and publish them in chemistry journals.
This pathway is designed for outstanding undergraduate students. Eligible students may take up to 12 graduate credits while still completing undergraduate coursework, allowing them to complete the MS in Chemistry in less time.
Consult the Undergraduate Catalog for requirements.
College to Career
- Soil and plant scientist
- Materials scientist
- Food science technician
- Chemical technician
- Environmental science and protection technician, including Health
- Chemical plant and system operator
For more opportunities, visit the American Chemical Society.