The chemistry program offers students the opportunity to explore chemistry both in terms of theoretical principles and experimental practices. The program features hands-on use of instrumentation as well as the rigorous application of computer-based data acquisition and analysis methods. The department supports an undergraduate research program that typically engages about 15 students each summer.
Degree Map (TSAP)
Students transferring into the program from a community college with an A.S. degree will follow this pathway to finish in 2 years. Summer courses could expedite the process. Students must enter with either MATH 115 equivalent or a Maple TA score of 12 or above.