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  • Prepares students for a variety of chemistry careers in industry, government, nonprofit, and academia
  • Opportunities for undergraduate research and internships directly with faculty or local industry/government
  • Flexible curriculum that can be tailored to your goals
  • Faculty expertise in a variety of chemistry fields (organic, analytical, environmental, inorganic, physical)
  • Fully equipped laboratories with cutting edge instrumentation for experience and skill building
  • Minors available in environmental science, forensics, biology, and physics to tailor your degree


Program Outcomes

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the basic principles of major fields of chemistry.
  • demonstrate a broad range of basic laboratory skills applicable to chemistry, and improved chemical research skills.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of technology related to chemistry, including laboratory instrumentation.
  • Apply knowledge of physics and mathematics to solve chemical problems.
  • Communicate scientific information in a clear and concise manner both orally and in writing.
  • Collect, evaluate and interpret scientific data, and employ critical thinking to solve problems in chemistry and supporting fields.
  • Collaborate effectively on team-oriented projects.

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Aubrey Dyer

Aubrey Dyer
Associate Professor of Chemistry, Program Coordinator