Home to several former Marshall and Goldwater Scholarships recipients, the Department of Chemistry prides itself on faculty directed undergraduate research projects, allowing students the necessary hands-on experiences that help them successfully compete for industrial positions as well as graduate and professional programs. Faculty members focus on student success through innovative approaches and interventions in the classroom in introductory as well as advanced courses. The chemistry workshop program has been recognized by the Peer-Led Team Learning International Society as exemplary of the PLTL model.
The department offers two undergraduate ACS Certified Track programs—a Bachelor of Science with a major in Chemistry with a concentration in Applied Chemistry and another with a concentration in Biochemistry; and five non- ACS Certified Bachelor of Science programs, including tracks in general education, pre-professional, secondary education, business, and a dual degree in chemistry and chemical engineering. Click here for program details