Study the Properties of Matter
In Chemistry, you’ll study the composition, structure, and properties of substances and the changes they undergo. Chemists help develop new products and adding new knowledge to fields as diverse as nanotechnology, materials science, polymer chemistry, energy production, and biomedical engineering.
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Curriculum and Courses
The courses you choose will open up a wealth of career opportunities — not lock you into one occupation. You’ll extend your education way beyond the classroom to every area of your life.
Many graduates in chemistry go on to graduate school in chemistry, or related areas such as polymer chemistry, chemical engineering or environmental science. Other students elect professional schools in the health sciences including medical school, dental school, or pharmacy school. Some students may pursue law school, teacher certification, or training in data analytics and informatics.
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First-to-second year retention
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Among Public Universities in the United States for Four-Year Graduation Rate
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of 2018-2019 graduates who were employed or furthering their education by fall 2019
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I want people to be focused on students; how they learn, what’s best for them, what’s best for understanding chemistry, and then use that to weave together a classroom that stimulates growth in understanding chemical ideas.
Professor of Chemistry and Director, Center for Teaching Excellence
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