Bachelor of Chemistry

Chemistry Degrees

A Bachelor’s in Chemistry is a versatile degree. With in-depth understanding in analytical, organic, inorganic and physical chemistry, you will have the opportunity to pursue careers in a variety of research domains. As a chemist, you may work on new drug designs, developing novel plastics, in addition to possibly working in jobs related to all fields of chemistry.

A degree in chemistry, particularly with a biochemistry option, is often used as an entry point into professional schools such a pharmacology, medicine and dentistry. A minor in chemistry is also available.

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Minor in Chemistry

A chemistry minor consists of at least 19 hours to include CHEM 1111, 1311, CHEM 1112, 1312, CHEM 3111, 3311 and two courses chosen from: CHEM 3331, CHEM 3401, CHEM 3112 & 3312 (count as one course selection), CHEM 4411, CHEM 4481, or CHEM 4131 and CHEM 4311. To qualify for the minor a grade of no less than "C," must be obtained in each of the courses applied to the minor.