BS in Chemistry
USD 50,500 / per year *
Earliest start date
* tuition 2020-21
Learn by doing
Do research alongside your professors as early as your first semester. Graduate with co-authored papers on your resume. Travel to present your research at national conferences.
Get hands-on experience with lasers, fluorescence, and NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance) spectrometers—more than $1 million in equipment!
Both in the classroom and out, you'll examine science from multiple perspectives.
Classes are small and emphasize collaboration, giving you teamwork experience that employers value. We designed our building and lab spaces for workshop-style classes, so you'll move seamlessly from lecture to group work to labs.
You'll be well-versed in the fundamentals of general, organic, and physical chemistry-and then choose from popular upper-level courses on medicinal chemistry, forensics, or how to spot scientific mistakes.
Our chemistry students and faculty thrive on close, professional connections with each other as they explore the relationship between chemistry and everyday life.
Interested in engineering? Study here for three years and get your bachelor's degree in chemistry, and then get an engineering degree from Columbia University, Washington University of St. Louis, or Case Western Reserve University through our joint engineering program.
Prepare for a future with endless possibilities.
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