A chemistry major learns about matter, its properties, and energy transformations associated with matter. A degree in chemistry can contribute to a wide variety of careers in laboratories, medicine, agriculture, government service, and many more! Students declaring chemistry as their major embark on an exploration of the substances made from the atoms of the periodic table of the elements, and become well equipped to understand the science of the universe.
Chemistry Courses Required for Chemistry Majors
- CHEM 111/L and CHEM 112/L General Chemistry I and II with Lab
- CHEM 211 and 212 Analytical Chemistry and Lab
- CHEM 307-310 Organic Chemistry I and II with Lab
- CHEM 321, 322, 324 Physical Chemistry I, II and Lab
- CHEM 323 Advanced Synthesis Lab
- CHEM 431 Biochemistry I
- CHEM 495 Undergraduate Chemistry Research
- CHEM 498 Chemistry Seminar
For all required non chemistry courses or prerequisite courses, please view our advising packet.