Chemistry (BS) Program Assessment
The Chemistry major provides students with a sound foundation in the theoretical and experimental principles of chemistry. The course of study includes the areas of analytical, inorganic, organic, physical chemistry and biochemistry. The major prepares students to analyze chemical problems, apply modern theories of chemistry and conduct experiments to solve real-world problems through critical thinking. The graduates can apply for advanced studies in graduate school, professional programs in medicine and dentistry, and careers in teaching, industry, and government that require a bachelor’s degree in chemistry.
- Students will learn modern concepts of chemical structures, properties, physical changes, chemical transformation, kinetics, thermodynamics, and quantum mechanics.
- Students will safely conduct scientific experiments using modern research techniques and computational tools.
- Students will solve chemical problems through critical reasoning and the scientific method.
The Chemistry (BS) Program is part of the school of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry Department