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Degrees We Offer

The Department of Chemistry and Physics offers two degree programs: Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Chemistry and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (BChE) as a 3 + 2 Dual Degree Program in conjunction with the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at North Carolina State University.  

The department offers 5 (five) different concentrations to students seeking the B.S. degree in chemistry:

General Chemistry

The General Chemistry Concentration is a traditional chemistry track that prepares students for graduate school in chemistry (or related fields) or a career in the chemical industry. Read more...

Program requirements for General Chemistry Concentration.

Sample 4-Year Plan for General Chemistry Concentration (PDF).

Faculty Coordinator(s) for General Chemistry Concentration: Dr. Shubo Han and Dr. Bidisha Bose-Basu 

Academic Advisor: Ms. Andrea Bennett 

Chemistry Entrepreneurship

The Chemistry Entrepreneurship Concentration is intended for students who wish to pursue the fields of chemistry and business; it contains a solid foundation in chemistry and an introduction to business and entrepreneurship coursework. Read more...

Program requirements for Chemistry Entrepreneurship Concentration.

Sample 4-Year Plan for Chemistry Entrepreneurship Concentration (PDF).

Faculty Coordinator(s) for Chemistry Entrepreneurship Concentration: Dr. Jonathan Breitzer

Professional Academic Advisor: Ms. Andrea Bennett 

Materials Science

The Materials Science Concentration is ideal for students interested in the growing field of nanotechnology and materials on all scales; it prepares students for a variety of graduate programs in engineering, industry, and related fields. Read more...

Program requirements for Materials Science Concentration.

Sample 4-Year Plan for Materials Science Concentration (PDF).

Faculty Coordinator(s) for Materials Science Concentration: Dr. Zhiping Luo

Professional Academic Advisor: Ms. Andrea Bennett 

Pre-Pharmacy

The Pre-Pharmacy Concentration is designed to prepare students for success in professional pharmacy degree programs. Read more...

Program requirements for Pre-Pharmacy Concentration.

Sample 4-Year Plan for Pre-Pharmacy Concentration (PDF).

Faculty Coordinator(s) for Pre-Pharmacy Concentration: Dr. Daniel Autrey and Dr. Ali Siamaki

Professional Academic Advisor: Ms. Andrea Bennett 

Pre-Health

The Pre-Health Concentration gives students the foundation they need for careers in medicine, dentistry, optometry, physical therapy, physician's assistant, veterinary medicine, and other health-related careers. Read more...

Program requirements for Pre-Health Concentration. 

Sample 4-Year Plan for Pre-Pharmacy Concentration (PDF).

Faculty Coordinator(s) for Pre-Health Concentration: Dr. Subir Nagdas and Dr. Ali Siamaki

Professional Academic Advisor: Ms. Andrea Bennett 

The BChE Degree prepares students to work in a wide range of industries to solve technical problems, create and improve products, or for graduate study in chemical engineering. More information on 3Plus2 Dual Degree Program, including degree programs and admission requirements

3Plus2 Dual Degree Program Brochure

3Plus2 Degree partnerships give students opportunities for two STEM diplomas (News - the story of one of our chemistry majors)

What does a Chemical Engineer do? Careers in Chemical Engineering 1, 2, and 3.

Faculty Coordinator for Chemical Engineering: Dr. Shubo Han

Professional Academic Advisor: Ms. Andrea Bennett 

BA Chemistry - Discontinued

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Chemistry has been discontinued; we do not accept any new students to this program. However, the current B.A. students can stay in the program until they graduate. 

Sample 4-year plan for B.A. in Chemistry for existing B.A. students. 

Professional Academic Advisor: Ms. Andrea Bennett 

Minor Degrees Offered by the Department 

The minors in chemistry, physics, and materials science are designed for students who would like additional coursework in chemistry, physics, and materials science. 

 

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