The chemistry program provides education in inorganic, organic, biological, analytical and physical chemistries, and provides essential training for those wishing to enter medical or graduate school in many of the sciences. You’ll study and research toxicology, biomedical studies, forensic science, teaching and other areas.
HSE professionals, also known as health, safety and environment officers, monitor health and safety, assess risk, and design strategies to reduce potential hazards within an assigned workplace or geographic area.
Geochemists use physical and organic chemistry to study the composition of elements found in ground water, such as water from wells or aquifers, and of earth materials, such as rocks and sediment.
An analytical chemist may conduct basic laboratory research, perform process and product development, design instruments used in analytical analysis, teach, or work in marketing and law.
A research scientist gathers knowledge and understands research. They typically perform experiments, make observations, and create detailed papers of their findings for peer review and publishing.
A nationally-award winning chapter of the American Chemical Society, one of the world's largest scientific organizations, that provides students with an environment…
Established for students who are excited about math to learn different strategies for math competitions and provide community service through tutoring.
A national undergraduate honor society to encourage and foster scholarly activity and recognize academic scholarship in the natural and computer sciences and…
The honor society for pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-veterinary and other professional health related majors.
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