Degrees and Majors
The department offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Please explore these options and contact us for more information.
This is an American Chemical Society certified degree that offers the most flexibility and opportunity in future career choices. Students completing this degree will be well prepared to pursue graduate studies in chemistry or its allied disciplines.
This track is recommended for those interested in pursuing careers in industry or government laboratories, chemistry-related professions or in secondary education. It is also suited for students wishing to continue on to professional careers in medicine, dentistry or pharmacy.
The B.S/M.S. curriculum is designed for motivated students who wish to complete both an ACS certified B.S. in Chemistry and a Master of Science in Chemistry in an accelerated time frame.
The Master of Science in Chemistry degree is for students interested in pursuing professional careers and advanced graduate work in Chemistry and its allied fields. The degree is granted upon completion of the required courses and a research thesis.
This is an interdisciplinary graduate program that resides in the Department of Biology within the School of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Science. Five areas of concentration are offered: Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Toxicology, Environmental Science, Environmental Health Science and Environmental Biotechnology.