Chair: Dr. Pedro Muíño, 814-472-3084, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chemistry major follows a curriculum that helps students acquire a strong foundation in basic concepts and principles of modern chemistry while gaining an appreciation of chemistry’s central role in society. All courses are taught and all research is facilitated by faculty members who are generous with their time and knowledge. Students can expect individual attention in their small lecture and laboratory classes. The course work is designed to help the student develop the critical thinking, problem-solving, laboratory, computer, data acquisition and analysis, and research skills needed to be successful in their future endeavors. Careers open to the graduating chemist are numerous including employment in analytical chemistry, biochemistry, clinical chemistry, geochemistry, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, spectroscopy, radio and nuclear chemistry, applied or basic research, chemical literature abstracting, technical writing, market research, sales, advertising, technical services, waste treatment, environmental science, forensic science, public health, and teaching.
Estimated Completion Time:
Typically 4 years of full-time study
Total Credits Required:
128 credits minimum