Artis College of Science and Technology
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The department offers Bachelor of Science chemistry degrees with the following concentrations:
The Advanced Professional Chemist and Advanced Biochemistry degrees are American Chemical Society (ACS) accredited, ensuring that these majors provide the rigorous coursework and experiences necessary for today’s job market.
Section enrollments for introductory courses are capped at 24 students while higher level courses typically have lower enrollment limits to provide strong student-faculty interactions. Review sessions and outside classroom learning opportunities provide students additional exposure to material.
The department also offers a minor in Chemistry.
Requirements and other details of the Academic Program can be found in the University Catalog.