Studying chemistry will prepare you for a variety of careers. Many chemists work in industries that produce pharmaceuticals, cleaners, personal care products, plastics and thousands of other materials relied upon for everyday life. Adding a minor in chemistry can provide knowledge and skills to augment those of related majors (for example in biology and health science) or provide a level of technical expertise for students pursuing majors across the disciplines.
At CBU, you will learn under professors who are dedicated to their students. Because of the small student:faculty ratio, students get hands-on experience with a variety of modern instrumentation in recently constructed facilities.
- Chemists and materials scientists - use their knowledge to develop new and improved products and to test the quality of manufactured goods.
- Research scientist - Academic, government and industrial organizations.
- Forensic science technicians - help investigate crimes by collecting and analyzing physical evidence.
Lower Division Requirements
CHE115 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I WITH LAB
CHE125 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II WITH LAB
Upper Division Requirements
CHE351 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I WITH LAB
CHE352 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II WITH LAB
Eight (8) additional upper division units in Chemistry