The Department of Chemistry at The Catholic University of America offers several programs that lead to the B.S. degree. The curricula are designed to prepare the student for a career in industry or secondary education, for admission to a graduate program in chemistry or biochemistry, or for admission to medical school.

Students can expect small class sizes, and a hands-on approach from professors that larger universities cannot offer. 

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    Message from the Chair

    Chair Gregory Miller introduces visitors to the opportunities available in the Department of Chemistry.

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    Why Study Chemistry in D.C.?

    Second to none, Washington, D.C., is a premier scientific community.

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    Internships and Student Outcomes

    Students are strongly encouraged to participate in internships to broaden their exposure to the field and research and to develop supportive networks for future career decisions.

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    Contact Us

    Contact the Department of Chemistry at The Catholic University of America.

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