Bachelor Programs in Chemistry

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Chemistry

The field of chemistry refers to the study of matter, chemical reactions, structure, and properties. Bachelor of Chemistry graduates can have opportunities for careers in a variety of fields such as industrial hygiene, chemical companies, agriculture, academia, pharmaceuticals, medical, and research. Additionally, the food industry has seen an increase of Bachelor of Chemistry graduates.

Bachelor of Chemistry programs provide a solid understanding of the fundamentals of chemistry through coursework that includes inorganic and organic chemistry, physical and environmental chemistry, instrumental analysis, and analytical chemistry. Also, laboratory experience is crucial to any curriculum. Bachelor of Chemistry programs are generally completed in four years but may need five depending on the specialization studied.

If you are scientifically inclined and want to pursue a Bachelor of Chemistry degree, then take a look through the programs below! You may find the degree that will help you reach your personal and academic goals!

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Bachelor in Chemistry

University of Tampa College of Natural and Health Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Tampa

The program prepares chemistry students for entering the job market or for continuing their education at the graduate level. Research projects, publishing opportunities, internships and classes [+]

Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry

The program prepares chemistry students for entering the job market or for continuing their education at the graduate level. Research projects, publishing opportunities, internships and classes provide students with both lecture and laboratory experience.

Chemistry majors are assigned to a faculty member who serves as an adviser and whose specialty coincides with the student's area of interest. Students are encouraged to learn by experience through research opportunities in areas such as atmospheric chemistry, marine nutrient analysis, protein chemistry, organic synthesis and genetic regulation of cancer.

Students interested in medicine, dentistry or veterinary science may wish to consider the Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry degree. This program has been designed for pre-professional students whose interests lie in the chemical sciences. ... [-]


Bachelor in Biochemistry

University of Central Missouri
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Warrensburg

The Biochemistry and Chemistry programs at UCM provide a balanced curriculum of classroom instruction and practical laboratory experience. [+]

The Biochemistry and Chemistry programs at UCM provide a balanced curriculum of classroom instruction and practical laboratory experience. Why Choose Biochemistry at UCM? You will receive hands-on experience with instrumentation, chromatography, calorimetry, electrochemical analysis and more. You will have access to modern, well-equipped computer laboratories in various areas of specialization, electronic classrooms and a library study area. What will I study? Biochemistry is a common and well-suited major for many of the pre-professional programs (medicine, dentistry, veterinary, pharmacy, optometry) and also qualifies graduates to work as teachers or as chemists in industry and government. Courses include: Intermediate and Advanced Biochemistry Molecular Biology Organic Chemistry Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics and Kinetics What can I do with a degree in Biochemistry? Biomedical Engineer Epidemiologist Geneticist Molecular Biologist Toxicologist How can I get involved outside the classroom? At UCM, we value an engaging learning experience that includes student involvement and service-learning projects. In Biochemistry there are several opportunities to be involved in: American Chemical Society Beta Beta Beta Sigma Pi Sigma [-]

Bachelor in Biology (1st two years)

San Mateo Colleges of Silicon Valley
Campus Full time 4 - 5 semesters January 2017 USA San Mateo

Biology is the study of life and living organisms, including their morphology, physiology, anatomy, behavior, origin, and distribution. [+]

Bachelors in Chemistry. The Field Biology is the study of life and living organisms, including their morphology, physiology, anatomy, behavior, origin, and distribution. In order to succeed in biology, students should be passionate about the natural world and demonstrate strong analytical and problem solving skills. Biology at Skyline College While taking biology classes at Skyline College, students can expect to learn proper scientific reporting techniques and a thorough understanding of the scientific method, and they will use biological study, observation and experimentation to test hypotheses and analyze results. Biology classes also fulfill General Education requirements for a variety of majors. The college also offers Environmental Science classes that provide a strong interdisciplinary approach to understanding environmental issues from a scientific perspective. Environmental science brings together the disciplines of biological, physical and earth sciences to address the impact of humans on ecological systems. While Skyline College does not currently offer an Associate Degree in Biology specifically, students can earn degrees in Biotechnology or Natural Science that can help you create a clear path for transfer to a four-year institution. Career Outlook The applications for a course of study in Biology, or a degree in Biotechnology or Natural Science, include a variety of careers in the sciences in both private and public industry. Many jobs in biology or the natural sciences require a Ph.D.; taking biology classes or pursuing a Biotechnology or Natural Science degree at Skyline College is a good launching point for pursuing further education at a four-year college or university. Biologists spend much of their time working in offices and conducting research in laboratories. Most biologists work full time. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Biological Scientists in California make an average of $83,910 per year. PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon completion of the program students will be able to: General Education Demonstrate an understanding of the scientific method and the ability to use appropriate models to solve problems. Apply the knowledge of biological science to distinguish between observations, inferences, relationships, and testimonials under investigation. Demonstrate the ability to use scientific knowledge to assess personal and environmental health. Use the scientific knowledge and skills necessary for active citizenship. Honors Discuss and understand one area of biological science (e.g., marine mammals; emerging infectious disease) Majors Demonstrate understanding of how the major groups of living organisms are related to each other and of their adaptations for survival. Demonstrate understanding of the major concepts in cell biology, and the experimental approaches taken to address them. Write clear and well-argued descriptions of topics in biological sciences, based on the course material and articles. Master laboratory techniques including microscopy, spectrophotometry, gel electrophoresis, and PCR. Design, perform and analyze experiments in biology. Continue with upper division coursework in Biology. Allied Health Use aseptic technique in clinical and laboratory environments. Discuss and understand the role of microorganisms in healthy individuals and in infectious diseases. Demonstrate understanding of the structure of the human body. Demonstrate an understanding of the functions of the organ systems of the human body. Apply the concept of homeostasis to basic principles in medicine. Discuss and understand the principles of cellular metabolism, molecular genetics, and immunology. Please note that the majority/all of the programs are available at all of our three Colleges. [-]

Bachelor of Sciences

Lane Community College
Campus Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 USA Eugene + 1 more

Students preparing for transfer to a four-year college or university can choose from among a wide variety of offerings to meet their science general education requirements. Those planning to major in the physical or biological sciences will find the necessary courses to complete the first two years of their curriculum among the division's offerings. [+]

Students preparing for transfer to a four-year college or university can choose from among a wide variety of offerings to meet their science general education requirements. Those planning to major in the physical or biological sciences will find the necessary courses to complete the first two years of their curriculum among the division's offerings. This includes complete programs for those interested in the medically-oriented professions such as Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, and Veterinary Medicine. "The mission of the Science Division is to assist individuals to achieve their science education needs and goals." The Science Division offers courses and programs in: Anatomy and Physiology / Microbiology Biology Chemistry Earth and Environmental Science Physics and Astronomy The Science Division also supports a number of professional/technical programs including Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Respiratory Care, and Emergency Medical Technician. [-]

Bachelor in Chemistry

Allegheny College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Meadville

The chemistry program is structured so that students become intimately acquainted with the facts concerning the nature of chemical reactions while also developing a critical understanding of the logic and theory that unite these bits of information into a coherent whole. In addition, through both independent and collaborative laboratory experiences, chemistry majors discover the connections among the subdisciplines of chemistry. The Junior/Senior Seminar familiarizes students with recent advances in chemical research and prepares them for the Senior Project. [+]

Bachelors in Chemistry. Bachelor in Chemistry The chemistry program is structured so that students become intimately acquainted with the facts concerning the nature of chemical reactions while also developing a critical understanding of the logic and theory that unite these bits of information into a coherent whole. In addition, through both independent and collaborative laboratory experiences, chemistry majors discover the connections among the subdisciplines of chemistry. The Junior/Senior Seminar familiarizes students with recent advances in chemical research and prepares them for the Senior Project. Department Facts Distinctions Since 1920 the department has ranked in the top 5 percent among private undergraduate institutions in production of eventual Ph.Ds. Close student-faculty contact, especially junior and senior years. Professors’ excellence in and commitment to teaching at all levels. A curriculum connecting the sub-disciplines of chemistry and providing an abundance of laboratory experiences. Opportunities and facilities for student research, including the required Senior Project. Rigorous academic standards. Key Benefits Sound preparation for graduate study, professional training, or employment in the chemical sciences. Appreciation for intellectual rigor and the discipline necessary to attain it. Independence, creativity, and substantial laboratory skills. Critical reasoning skills that encompass the interplay between theory and experiment. The experience of learning as a collective phenomenon and participation in the advancement of knowledge as part of a group. Endorsements “Allegheny has a fabulous national reputation for science and just in general. There are some exciting experiments in science education going on at Allegheny. They’re turning out lots of great products, and I want to see what the secret is here.” — Harry Gray, director of the Beckman Institute at CalTech, Priestley Medalist, and past Lord Lecturer at Allegheny Grants totaling over $518,000 from the National Science Foundation, the Petroleum Research Fund, and other foundations support faculty and undergraduate research projects. A grant of over $118,000 from the Thomas Lord Charitable Trust supports the teaching and learning of chemistry through technology-assisted instruction. “I had always believed that being a medical doctor was the best way to help people and to save lives. But my experience at Allegheny and an internship in synthetic organic chemistry changed my mind. I realized I could have a major impact by conducting research and developing new drugs.” — Aaron Balog ’91, member of special anti-cancer research team, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York City “In Allegheny’s labs, I used to make new compounds that no one else had, and that’s where the thrill is, in doing something new.” — Dr. William Wilcko ’76, orthodontist and co-developer of Wilckodontics, a patented surgical procedure that accelerates the tooth alignment process and dramatically decreases the amount of time patients must wear braces. Department is accredited by the American Chemical Society. Learning Outcomes Learning Outcomes (pdf) Opportunities Departmental Decision-Making Student representatives regularly attend department faculty meetings. Students were instrumental in our recent curriculum revision and participate actively in the hiring of new faculty members. Professional Conferences Students and faculty regularly attend and make presentations at professional conferences, such as meetings of the American Chemical Society and the National Conference on Undergraduate Research. Honors & Prizes Each year the department awards several prizes for outstanding achievement: special awards for first-year students, organic and analytical chemistry; the College Prize of the Society for Analytical Chemistry; the Richard I. Lee Prize to the most promising major; and the Outstanding Junior Major Prize. The Lord Lecture The chemistry department has a stimulating seminar program that brings eight to ten outside speakers to campus each year. The annual Lord Lecture brings some of the nation’s most distinguished chemists to the College. Recent Lord Lecturers include Roald Hoffmann, Nobel Prize–winning chemist, poet, and playwright; Dudley Herschbach, winner of the 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry; and George Whitesides, Mallinckrodt Professor of Chemistry at Harvard University and winner of the 1998 National Medal of Science. Clubs The student-run Chemii (ACS Student Affiliates Chapter) organizes field trips, speakers, presentations in the local schools, and social events for chemistry students. The College also has a chapter of Phi Lambda Upsilon, the Chemistry Honorary Society. Summer Research Most chemistry students spend at least one summer as a research intern. Many Allegheny faculty have grant funds available to support summer work, and Allegheny students are also successful at obtaining internships at other institutions such as Oak Ridge National Laboratory and PPG Industries. Special Student Achievements In 2009, two students presented their senior research at the Sigma Xi Conference and one student won first place in the physical chemistry division for her talk entitled, “Temperature Dependence of DNA Duplex Formation Using Stopped-Flow Techniques.” In 2005, five Allegheny chemistry majors presented posters or talks at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research. A recent graduate was the first non-Ph.D. hired as a chemist at Magellan Labs. An Allegheny chemistry major recently co-presented (with two faculty members) on peer-led team teaching at the 2004 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education in Ames, Iowa. Every year students present their research at the RNA Rustbelt Conference. Outcomes Research programs in the summer and during the academic year help students to make informed decisions about whether graduate school is right for them. A degree in chemistry provides a good background for many fields, including law, business, forensic science, teaching, environmental studies, pharmaceutical research, and science policy. [-]

Bachelor in Chemistry

Oral Roberts University
Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2017 USA Tulsa

The chemistry major at ORU provides a curriculum and educational environment that encourages professional competence in chemistry, coupled with Christian faith. [+]

The chemistry major at ORU provides a curriculum and educational environment that encourages professional competence in chemistry, coupled with Christian faith. A rigorous, medically oriented program, the chemistry major is designed to provide a working knowledge of chemical concepts, state of the art training for graduate school or immediate employment, opportunities to broaden skills through the concepts of chemistry as well as opportunities to work in chemical companies and industrial research. The following core values are incorporated throughout the ORU Chemistry Department: - Informational accuracy and relevance to the major - Attention to detail within knowledge of the broader context - Development of a personal Christian worldview - Academic success coupled with growth in leadership and communication skills A successful chemistry major is hard-working and disciplined. They approach the world logically and analytically and thrive in problem solving. While they are willing to engage in new ideas and concepts, they are also willing to fail.] ... [-]


Bachelor of Chemistry

Lakeland University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Plymouth

At Lakeland College, learning chemistry means living chemistry. Once you dive into our interactive program, you'll quickly realize that here, you are one of a kind — not one of many. "I know every one of my students personally," says Brian Frink, Lakeland College's award-winning Lakeland College Professor Chemistry and Physics. "If you want that kind of attention so you can become the... [+]

Bachelors in Chemistry. At Lakeland College, learning chemistry means living chemistry. Once you dive into our interactive program, you'll quickly realize that here, you are one of a kind — not one of many. "I know every one of my students personally," says Brian Frink, Lakeland College's award-winning Lakeland College Professor Chemistry and Physics. "If you want that kind of attention so you can become the best chemist you want to be, then I would say you need to come to Lakeland." Small Classes, Big Rewards Yes, when it comes to student-professor interaction, you might say our chemistry is strong. At Lakeland College, you won't sit in a large auditorium with a couple hundred of your peers, robotically taking notes while a professor lectures through a microphone. Here, with the encouragement of Frink, you'll be involved, engaged and invested. The goal is to help you understand chemistry rather than just memorize chemistry or survive chemistry. And that's the really great thing about Lakeland's chemistry program. Students are encouraged — no, expected — to apply what they learn in a very real-world way. All of our graduates successfully carry out research projects they design in the first semester of their senior year. "By the time they're done, they've all had a mini-research project," Frink says proudly. "They can talk to prospective employers about that, or bring it up while interviewing for graduate programs or pre-professional programs. They can discuss the troubles they had and how they solved them. It's everything an employer or graduate school would want in a student." Chemistry at Lakeland Through Lakeland's interactive approach, chemistry students are taught all of the fundamentals and core principles so vital to this discipline. Our students: Understand and work with the central concepts of chemical reactions, including the thermodynamics, kinetics, syntheses and mechanisms that produce those reactions Formulate and solve problems by applying the scientific method, particularly within a laboratory setting Effectively communicate scientific knowledge to varied audiences through multiple methods (e.g. writing as if for scientific journals, formal and informal presentations) Perform lab practices safely and professionally, employing up-to-date computer and instrumentation technology Work effectively as part of a team or on independent projects Recent Grads, Real Careers Listed below are just some of the jobs or graduate school positions Lakeland College chemistry students from recent graduating classes have landed: Chemist, Kohler Co. Laboratory technician, Aerotek High school teacher, Two Rivers School District Director of operations, Steadfast Networks Graduate school, Ph.D., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Chemist, Aldrich Chemical Process Biotechnician, Quincy Biosciences Chemistry Major (49 semester hours) CHM 131 - Principles of Chemistry I (4 semester hours) CHM 132 - Principles of Chemistry II (4 semester hours) CHM 203 - Organic Chemistry: Short Course CHM 204 - Organic Purification Techniques (1 semester hour) CHM 301 - Instrumental Analysis CHM 320 - Intensive Organic Chemistry (4 semester hours) CHM 322 - Thermodynamics and Kinetics CHM 390 - Senior Project Design (WI) (2 semester hours) CHM 411 - Quantum Chemistry CHM 495 - Senior Project (WI) MAT 231 - Calculus I (4 semester hours) MAT 242 - Calculus II (4 semester hours) PHY 251 - Physics I (4 semester hours) PHY 252 - Physics II (4 semester hours) An additional Chemistry (CHM) or Biochemistry (BIOC) course of at least 3 semester hours numbered at or above 300. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Palestine Polytechnic University
Campus Full time 4 years August 2017 Palestinian Territories Hebron

The Bachelor of Science program in chemistry is available for students who intend to pursue graduate studies, secondary school teaching, or a professional career in the chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology or related industry. The programs provide a strong background in the modern areas of chemistry with emphasis on hands-on laboratory work. [+]

Chemistry is one of the fields in the forefront of the current technology revolution and, as such, it plays a crucial role in solving many of the problems faced by today’s society. Chemists work in all facets of live including the development of new drugs for treatment of diseases such as cancer, the creation of better methods for the production of food, clothing and shelters, and the discovery of environment friendly energy sources. They also work on solving problems such as acid rain, ozone depletion and climate change. The Bachelor of Science program in chemistry is available for students who intend to pursue graduate studies, secondary school teaching, or a professional career in the chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology or related industry. The programs provide a strong background in the modern areas of chemistry with emphasis on hands-on laboratory work. They also provide the opportunity for exceptionally talented students to conduct independent research under the guidance of the faculty. The program also prepares students for further education in health, environmental sciences, and biotechnology. Program Goals I. General Goals: Provide rigorous education in the fundamental areas of chemical knowledge and experimentation. The program is sufficiently flexible in its electives to provide an excellent preparation for careers in many different areas of chemistry. Provide the local society with high quality professionals to participate in the development of local chemical and related industries by enhancing the quality and solving problems that face the industry sector. II. Specific Goals: To provide students with practical and theoretical knowledge in different pure and applied chemistry fields. To provide students with all skills that enable them to deal with problems and issues related to their specialty and give innovative solutions to these problems. To provide students with knowledge and skills needed for teaching chemistry in schools. To give students a solid background to be able to continue their graduate studies in fields related to chemistry, or be activity involved in scientific research. To provide students with various soft skills such as communication skills, adaptability, teamwork, collaboration, problem solving, and critical observation. The four-year study program of applied chemistry includes theoretical and practical courses in different fields of pure, applied and industrial chemistry. The program is designed to meet the modern international and educational requirements and the needs of the local society by providing highly qualified graduates in chemical, food and related industries. After getting the bachelor degree in applied chemistry at PPU, graduates of this program are able to find jobs in a wide spectrum of professions in the related fields, such as: Production sectors in chemical, pharmaceutical food and other industries (plastic, cosmetics, etc.) Quality control units in related industries. Trade companies dealing with chemical equipment, etc. Governmental sectors in ministries of health, industry, and environment. Research institutes and units Teaching in schools. The applied chemistry program is constructed with special quantitative and qualitative emphasis on practical courses and projects. They provide students with the required technical and research skills, and enable them to use the most modern chemical and analytical equipment in their future career. Intended Learning Outcome Upon graduation, students should be able to: A. Chemistry Related Knowledge Recognize fundamentals of chemistry including structure, reactivity and properties of chemical substances, and the states of matter. Explain the essential facts, principles and theories across the four principal areas of chemistry, i.e. analytical, organic, inorganic and physical. B. Chemistry Related Intellectual Skills Formulate and analyze a wide range of analytical and synthetic chemical problems by applying chemical principles. Analyze and interpret experimental data, critically assess data in literature and extract useful data from it. Carry out directed research by selecting appropriate topics and procedures, and presenting the results. Demonstrate appreciation of chemical topics relevance to social and daily life such as environmental issues. Show appreciation of chemistry and its interface with social and daily life such as environmental issues, and arouse audience’s interest in chemistry. Use a global perspective in conjunction with knowledge of science to view issues in chemistry. C. Chemistry Related Practical Skills Assess and manage the risks of chemical substances and laboratory procedures by evaluating their potential impact on the environment. Conduct standard laboratory procedures involved in synthetic and instrumental work. Operate a range of chemical instrumentation with adequate hands-on experiences. D. Transferable Skills Communicate effectively both orally and in writing with professionals and/or lay audience. Demonstrate information technology skills, especially in the areas of information retrieval, literature searching and use of library databases. Work independently and collaborate effectively with other people in a team. Self-evaluate their own learning progress, and develop motivation and learning skills. [-]

Bachelor of Physical and Life Sciences

Felician University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Rutherford Lodi + 1 more

Are you curious about the billions of living organisms that inhabit our planet? When you are a biology major at Felician University, you will have the opportunity to study the living world from the smallest cells to massive ecosystems. Biological sciences span a wide range of interests that includes anatomy and physiology, molecular biology, ecology and evolution, and health-related biology. [+]

Bachelors in Chemistry. Are you curious about the billions of living organisms that inhabit our planet? When you are a biology major at Felician University, you will have the opportunity to study the living world from the smallest cells to massive ecosystems. Biological sciences span a wide range of interests that includes anatomy and physiology, molecular biology, ecology and evolution, and health-related biology. With a strong foundation in the basic principles of biology, you will have many career options available to you. If you wish to pursue a career in a health-related profession, Felician University offers several accelerated, pre-professional programs with cooperating professional schools. These programs include: Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Respiratory Therapy Technology, Medical Imaging Sciences, Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, Audiology, and Podiatry. Programs Bachelor of Science in Biology Minor in Biology – 19 credits in biology courses Concentration in Biochemistry – 49 credits in biology and chemistry courses to prepare for entry into graduate programs and careers such as pharmacology, biotechnology, and chemical analysis. Points of Interest Plan and execute an original, hands-on research project in your senior year. You will complete this one-semester project in either biology or chemistry under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Get a head start when applying to post-graduate programs! Qualified candidates receive departmental letters of reference. Haven’t decided on a career direction? Switch easily between the biology major and our pre-professional programs, and vice versa, with our flexible curriculum. Gain practical experience in laboratory techniques in our newly renovated laboratories. Learn to think critically about complex scientific matters and ethical consequences as you prepare for the many challenges of modern society. Develop an appreciation of Catholic/Franciscan values as they relate to the practitioner of science. Career Opportunities Professional Careers Medicine Doctor of Osteopathy Dentistry Chiropractic Podiatry Physical therapy Audiology Optometry Veterinary medicine Occupational therapy Physician assistance Pharmacy [-]

Biology at Wells

Wells College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Aurora

The biology major at Wells guarantees every student a well-rounded experience in the discipline through active laboratory time, close faculty attention and assistance, self-designed research projects, hands-on learning at every level, and the [+]

The biology major at Wells guarantees every student a well-rounded experience in the discipline through active laboratory time, close faculty attention and assistance, self-designed research projects, hands-on learning at every level, and the knowledge of how to write and present work for a professional audience. With the assistance of professors, students discover where their unique interests lie through a great deal of participatory work both inside and outside of class, and they build exceptional research and writing skills over the course of their academic careers. What Students Study Students choosing this major will develop their knowledge—and excitement—about the field with courses in genetics, ecology, taxonomy, morphology, physiology, molecular and cellular biology and ecological and behavioral biology. Wells’ liberal arts emphasis means that you’ll learn to apply the frameworks of many other disciplines as well, leading to a more thorough and adaptable biology education. Here are some of our popular courses: Vertebrate Zoology: examines the classification, comparative morphology, and evolution of vertebrates; includes demonstrations and dissections of selected vertebrates (A popular class for those wishing to study veterinary medicine!) Microbiology: uses bacterial lab techniques and DNA technology to explore the structure, physiology, and genetics of microorganisms and their application to foods and medicine Introduction to Genomics and Bioinformatics: covers new tools and information for obtaining information available in the age of gene sequencing and analysis Various “topics in biology” classes relate to the interests of students, giving students a topical, specialized look into fields such as horticulture, ornithology, forest ecology, and entomology. Hands-on Learning Wells’ emphasis on internships and hands-on study means that all students have the chance to work with organizations outside of the College. Recent biology majors have interned at the Cornell University Large Animal Clinic, the National Cancer Institute, the Oakland Zoo, Mote Marine Laboratory, New England Aquarium, Upstate Veterinary Hospital, the UCLA Medical Center, and the Cayuga Lake Watershed Network. These opportunities give students preparation for careers and connections in a field matching their interests. Students’ active learning doesn’t always happen in a lab, either. Wells has a partnership with the Cayuga Lake Floating Classroom Project, which provides educational tools about Cayuga Lake to local communities. The U.S.S. Haendel “Floating Classroom” docks at the Wells boathouse so students can spend time on the water, running water quality tests and doing other hands-on work related to marine biology with our professors. Academic conferences provide a place for Wells students to present exceptional, original student research. These opportunities increase students’ familiarity with presenting information to audiences. Wells sends students to the National Council on Undergraduate Research, a national interdisciplinary academic conference that recognizes research and creative work by undergraduates. Our faculty also takes students to the Sigma Xi conference, a student-focused conference for scientific and medical research. [-]

Bachelor of Engineering - Environmental Chemistry and Technology

Centria University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years January 2017 Finland Kokkola

The degree programme in Environmental Chemistry and Technology provides the student with a wide knowledge in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. You will get a holistic view on life-cycle thinking and material flows [+]

Bachelors in Chemistry. Additional application round: 18. - 29.7.2016 (studies begin in September 2016) Next applicational round: 7.-21.9.2016 (studies begin in January 2017) - Qualification: Bachelor of Engineering - Length & duration: 4 years, 240 credits, full-time studies - Specialisation option of studies: Environmental Chemitry and Technology; New and Traditional Fuel Production - Places: 15 - Campus: Talonpojankatu 2, Kokkola "It is a part of good life and you’ll find it in everything you see, experience or feel around and within yourself. Chemistry connects. Chemistry is a natural science that develops all the time and connects different fields and people. Chemistry is the most creative field on earth. How will we meet the demand of food, natural resources and energy for the growing population on earth? Clean water, renewable fuel and pharmaceuticals are chemistry". - Chemical Industry Federation The degree programme in Environmental Chemistry and Technology provides the student with a wide knowledge in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. You will get a holistic view on life-cycle thinking and material flows in industrial planning and other fields of society. In your studies you will learn how plants should be planned, automatized and run safely for the environment - minimize environmental impact and methods of cleaning exhaust gases and wastewater as how to plan clean water plants. Kokkola has the largest concentration of inorganic chemical industries in the northern countries, which gives the students an excellent ground for industrial careers. The graduated engineers usually start their careers as research or development engineers in industrial projects. Some engineers start in production, purchase or sales tasks. National and local environmental authorities need engineers with knowledge of environmental questions. Some of our graduates end up working as teachers in vocational schools. In the specialisation option Environmental Chemistry and Technology the students will gain education in environmental issues like recycling of materials, production of energy, handling of wastewater, cleaning of air, planning of water plants, environmental management and process planning. The unique Chemplant pilot plant is used for learning of new techniques. Our other specialisation option is New and Traditional Fuel Production where the students learn about traditional oil refineries, but also about new methods for making renewable biofuels. Occupational titles: R&D- engineer, Project engineer, Production engineer, Purchase engineer, Advisor in Environmental Technology Co-operation with companies: Air Liquide Finland Oy, Boliden Kokkola Oy, Enfucell Oy, Freeport Cobalt Oy, Maintpartner Oy, Neste Oil Oyj, Nordkalk Oy Ab, Kokkola Power Oy, Oy Woikoski Ab, Tetra Chemicals Europe Oy, Yara Suomi Oy, UPM-Kymmene Oyj, Stora Enso, Olvi Oyj, First Quantum Resources (Pyhäsalmen ja Kevitsan kaivokset), Belvedere Resources (Hituran kaivos), Terraframe Mining Talvivaaran kaivos, LKAB (Pohjois-Ruotsi), Boliden Kylylahti, Akkuser Oy, RecAlkaline Oy, Enfucell Oy, SSAB, Mäkelä Alu Oy, Keliber Oy In the future your work could be found for example from Cabb Oy, Freeport Cobalt Oy and Boliden Kokkola Oy. Postgraduate studies: In Kokkola University Consortium Chydenius it’s possible to study in Master’s Degree Programme in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. The Master’s programme requires previous degree. Previous studies can be recognized. [-]

Bachelor in Chemistry

University of Nevada, Reno
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Reno

Chemistry majors complete courses providing a solid background in the physical sciences and mathematics, together with a sequence of courses in general, organic, inorganic, analytical, and physical chemistry. Lecture classes are complemented by laboratories that give hands-on experience in chemical methods and instrumentation. [+]

Chemistry majors complete courses providing a solid background in the physical sciences and mathematics, together with a sequence of courses in general, organic, inorganic, analytical, and physical chemistry. Lecture classes are complemented by laboratories that give hands-on experience in chemical methods and instrumentation. Related Degrees and Programs Chemistry, Minor Chemistry, Bachelor of Science Degree Chemistry, Master of Science Degree Chemistry, Doctor of Philosophy Degree [-]

Bachelor's in Chemistry

Eastern Mennonite University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Harrisonburg Lancaster + 1 more

EMU’s chemistry and biochemistry programs provide a solid foundation in four major areas of chemistry: organic, analytical, physical and biological chemistry. [+]

Bachelors in Chemistry. Chemistry Program at EMU EMU’s chemistry and biochemistry programs provide a solid foundation in four major areas of chemistry: organic, analytical, physical and biological chemistry. Examples of research projects of chemistry students and faculty at EMU are varied but have two things in common: creation care and chemistry for the common good. Students who work on a project for more than one summer typically see it through to completion and share their findings in scientific journals. Over the past 10 years, more than 90% of EMU students who completed EMU’s pre-medical program were accepted into medical school, compared to the national average of 49%. Globally aware scientists Our small Christian liberal arts college educates students to serve and lead in a global context, emphasizing sustainability, peacebuilding and community. All EMU students participate in cross-cultural study, whether it be a semester abroad, a three-week summer experience, or a internship through our Washington Community Scholars’ Center in D.C. Global awareness is critical to success in business, medical practice, and industry. EMU’s mission includes training scientists for work in missions, public or community health, medical care, and education in developing countries and underserved areas in North America. State-of-the-art equipment The chemistry department offers a wide selection of current instrumentation, including: Atomic Absorption Spectrocopy Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (NMR) High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) Gas-Liquid Chromatography Infrared Spectroscopy (Fourier Transform) (FTIR) Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy Fluorescence Spectroscopy Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectroscopy Programs Chemistry Major EMU’s chemistry curriculum is designed to provide a solid foundation in the major areas of chemistry – organic, inorganic, analytical, physical and biological chemistry. An additional aim is to provide the opportunity for research experience for the student majoring in chemistry. Thus, EMU chemistry provides a broad chemical background suitable for entry into a wide variety of career options- from industrial plastics chemist to pharmaceutical technician- and a solid preparation for study at the graduate level in chemistry, biochemistry, or related area. Chemistry Education Secondary science educators are some of the most sought-after professionals on the job market today. EMU’s program in chemistry with secondary education licensure prepares students to be both well-prepared chemists, and outstanding educators. EMU’s department of education is highly respected as one of the top in the state. Students in this program take all the requirements needed for the regular chemistry major, and also take several classes in education. In their senior year, students do a full semester of student teaching in one of the nearby school districts. Biochemistry Some of the most dramatic scientific advances in recent years have been in our understanding of the biochemistry of living organisms. For instance, the phenomenal advances in molecular biology have opened door to a wide range of biomedical and agricultural applications that were not imagined several decades ago, while at the same time presenting a range of bioethical concerns. The departments of chemistry and biology cooperate in offering students the option of concentrating their studies on this dynamic field by majoring in biochemistry. This rigorous program is geared towards giving students a fundamental knowledge in the molecular basis of biological processes. Students take coursework involving a combination of chemistry and biology courses, culminating in a two-semester advanced biochemistry series, and including a research laboratory experience. Recent graduates of EMU’s biochemistry program are enrolled in medical schools or in graduate programs, or are working in the pharmaceutical industry. Career Opportunities EMU provides a broad background for the wide variety of career options open to the chemistry or biochemistry major and a solid preparation for study at the graduate level. EMU chemistry and biochemistry graduates are now involved in a variety of activities: Neurochemistry research Teaching college science Opening a medical practice Community health worker in Central America Pharmaceutical manufacturing Environmental quality control Malaria research in Tanzania Biotechnology Students who are interested in chemistry and a career in healthcare can major in either chemistry or biochemistry and enroll in the pre-professional health sciences program. A major in chemistry or biochemistry can launch your career in many directions. While some of these career possibilities also require graduate study, many are immediately available after graduating from EMU. [-]

Bachelor in Dual Engineering

Greenville College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Greenville

The Engineering Dual Degree Partnership results in 2 degrees: a bachelor of arts in physics or chemistry from GC and a bachelor of science in engineering from a partnership school. Our Engineering dual degree students have seen great success at two of the best engineering schools in the country, with 98% of students successfully completing their engineering degree with our university partners. [+]

B.A. Physics or Chemistry + B.S. Engineering Engineering Dual Degree Overview For nearly half a century, Greenville College has offered an Engineering dual degree program through partnerships with two of the best engineering schools in the nation: the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana and Washington University in St. Louis. The Engineering Dual Degree Partnership results in 2 degrees: a bachelor of arts in physics or chemistry from GC and a bachelor of science in engineering from a partnership school. Our Engineering dual degree students have seen great success at two of the best engineering schools in the country, with 98% of students successfully completing their engineering degree with our university partners. How The Engineering Dual Degree Partnership Works With the dual degree partnership, you’ll receive a high quality education in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with an emphasis on Greenville College values such as spiritual development, global awareness, Christian character and service, and creative and critical thinking. You will spend three years immersed in STEM courses at Greenville College while rounding out your education with courses like literature, psychology and religion. Successful completion of Greenville’s program, with an appropriate GPA, guarantees admission to Washington University St. Louis or University of Illinois for the remaining two years. The Engineering Dual Degree Partnership Offers: Early access to advanced instrumentation and research opportunities Individual attention from professors who strive to impart knowledge as well as passion in their students Liberal arts education with courses like literature, history, communications, religion and philosophy Student activities like athletics, music, theater, student government, campus ministries, mission trips, and more! Opportunities for Engineering Dual Degree Graduates The Greenville College Engineering Dual Degree program leads to nationally and internationally recognized engineering degrees in: Aerospace Engineering Agricultural Engineering Bioengineering Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering Electrical Engineering Engineering Physics General Engineering Industrial Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Systems Science & Engineering [-]

Chemistry and Biochemistry

University of South Carolina
Campus September 2017 USA Columbia

Work shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the best scientists in the country. Together you will push the boundaries of chemistry and biochemistry. [+]

Bachelors in Chemistry. Work shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the best scientists in the country. Together you will push the boundaries of chemistry and biochemistry. Chemists are in great demand today in industry, government, and university laboratories, as the salary structure makes clear: median salaries for Ph.D., MS, and BS degree holders were $100,600, $85,000, and $73,900 a year, respectively, in 2012. The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of South Carolina is one of the best in the Southeast, with world-class research programs in Biochemistry and in Analytical, Inorganic, Organic, and Physical Chemistry. The department was recently ranked in the Top 40 in the United States by Chemical and Engineering News and has been consistently listed by the American Chemical Society as one of the top 30 programs in the country, based on Ph.D. productivity. Since 2000, we have been housed in a l58,000-square-foot, $36 million center that was designed to be a cutting-edge chemistry facility. Our talented faculty members are easily accessible and interested in the education of their students. Our professors have won numerous awards; eight, for example, have received the Governor's Award for Excellence in Science, presented annually to the top research scientist in the state of South Carolina. Undergraduate students majoring in chemistry have dozens of courses to choose from in the areas of general, analytical, biological, inorganic, and physical chemistry, as well as interdivisional courses. Ours is one of three undergraduate Chemistry programs recognized for excellence by the State Commission on Higher Education. The graduate program - designed to produce skilled, broadly educated, and creative scientists -leads to the Ph.D. with concentrations in analytical, biological, inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry. The course and research requirements are flexible and can be tailored to the background and interests of each student. Please peruse our website for more details. We would like to hear from you. Our Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry isn't just one of the best in the Southeast, it's one of the strongest in the country. We have world-class research programs in analytical, biochemistry and molecular biology, environmental, inorganic, organic, physical and theoretical, and polymer chemistry, with many highly successful interdisciplinary collaborations. National Recognition For disciplines as research-oriented as chemistry and biochemistry, one of the best measures of a department's strength is the quality of its graduate programs. Our department is consistently ranked in the top 30 nationally in Ph.D. productivity by the American Chemical Society. In the last National Research Council assessment of chemistry graduate programs, ours ranked 25th nationally based on a composite average of quality indicators calculated at Cornell University, including the number of publications per faculty member, the number of citations received per publication, the percentage of faculty with research funding and the number of times faculty have been recognized with significant awards. Among just public universities, that ranking is 13th nationally. The National Science Foundation ranked us 34th in the country in total spending for chemical research and development in 2011, far outperforming many institutions of comparable size. Our undergraduate program received a Commendation for Excellence by The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education "... for the high quality of its program leading to the B.S. Chemistry." We have created a challenging curriculum that gives every student a solid foundation in the chemical sciences, but with a faculty that remains easily accessible and dedicated to helping all of our students succeed. People and Facilities Our department has 35 tenure-track faculty, 21 postdoctoral fellows and research staff, 159 graduate students, and 23 support staff. Since 2000, we have been housed in the John M. Palms Center for Graduate Science Research (GSRC). Several of our research groups occupy laboratory space in the nearby Horizon I (HZN1), Jones Physical Science Center (JONES), and Sumwalt College (SMWALT). A map of our university campus buildings is found on Our Locations page. Going Places Chemistry is a wonderful profession. Its diversity offers a challenge for everyone and provides unsurpassed opportunities to solve significant scientific problems and benefit society as a whole. Chemists are in demand in industry, government and academic labs. Median salaries for Ph.D., M.S., and B.S. degree holders were $102,000, $85,000 and $72,000 per year in 2013. Award Winning Faculty The quality and promise of the department has been recognized outside the University, as well as within. Ten of our current faculty members are Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Since 1985, the Governor of South Carolina has honored top research scientists in the state annually. Sixteen faculty members from the department have received a Governor's Award- ten for Excellence in Science or Scientific Research, four for Young Scientist Awards for Excellence in Scientific Research, and two for Excellence in Scientific Awareness. Within the university, we are one of the top departments in receiving the university's highest awards. Twenty-four faculty have received the Russell Research Award and Educational Foundation Research Award for Science, Mathematics and Engineering, five faculty members have won the University's highest honor for excellence in teaching, the Amoco Foundation Award; nine faculty members have received the Michael J. Mungo Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching; and two have received the Michael J. Mungo Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching. Our faculty has also received national and international recognition by earning awards from the American Chemical Society (ACS) and by serving as editors and editorial advisory board members for numerous prestigious chemical journals. Open a door to the world of science. A degree in chemistry or biochemistry gives you the tools to succeed wherever you want to go, from industry to medicine to government to academia. The modern world is a technological marvel; progress depends on new ideas, new approaches and new understanding. All those things depend on high-quality research. At heart, chemistry and biochemistry degrees are research degrees, and a major research institution like the University of South Carolina is a great place to earn them. Our department will give you not only the academic and lab experience to succeed in interdisciplinary research here at the university, but also the tutelage, mentorship and connections for a lifelong career of your choosing. All on one of the friendliest campuses in America. [-]