Chemistry BS

Total Units Required: 120

A student uses a UV light to examine a substance in a chemistry lab.

The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry includes courses in all major chemical subdisciplines: analytical, biochemistry, inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry. Substantial laboratory work, plus complementary courses in mathematics and physics, provide an excellent background for careers in a wide range of areas in science and academia, as well as preparation for professional schools, especially in medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy.

The series of courses follow the approved guidelines from the esteemed American Chemical Society (ACS). Students can also be certified as professional chemists and awarded the ACS certificate in chemistry upon successful completion of course requirements.