The Chemistry Department offers several programs that lead to the B.A. or B.S. degree in chemistry, biochemistry, environment chemistry, and chemical physics (joint program with Physics). Students can also earn a minor in chemistry or environmental chemistry.

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    Chemistry (B.S.)

    The program is designed to develop students' knowledge of chemistry, while building skills in experimental techniques and scientific communication.

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    Biochemistry (B.S./B.A.)

    The biochemistry program is an interdepartmental program administered by a committee selected from the faculty of the Departments of Biology and Chemistry.

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    Chemical Physics (B.S.)

    This undergraduate program of concentration is designed to meet the increasing need for scientists with strong backgrounds in both chemistry and physics.

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    Environmental Chemistry (B.S.)

    The objective of the environmental chemistry program is to provide high-level education for students interested in environmental chemistry and environmental science. 

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    Minors

    A minor in chemistry or environmental chemistry provides a quantitative background for liberal arts majors and rounds out a student’s portfolio of skills, making them more adaptable in future pursuits.

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