BACHELOR’S in CHEMISTRY

BACHELOR’S in
CHEMISTRY

CHEMISTRY

 

A Competitive Edge
in Today’s Industries.
A Competitive Edge In Today’s Industries.

Chemists use their analytical skills and lab expertise to provide vital research in many career fields, including industry, agriculture, environmental protection, health sciences, energy, forensics and engineering. Maryville University’s program in chemistry provides a solid foundation in chemical theory and modern lab techniques. Students study organic, analytical and physical chemistry along with biochemistry, math and physics. Undergraduate research is encouraged and supported.

Because chemistry is the study of matter, it touches every aspect of our lives, from food to cell phones to clouds. In fact, chemistry is the central foundation that connects biology, physics, geology, environmental studies and most other science disciplines. With a degree in chemistry, careers begin at the center of scientific discovery.

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MANY PATHS TO SUCCESS

Students with a background in chemistry can pursue a number of different careers. Many students pursue graduate studies in fields including forensics,medicine, dentistry, environmental regulatory law, and of course, chemistry itself.

PROFESSIONAL PARTNERSHIPS

Through professional partnerships, students gain hands-on experience in real-world projects that allow them to hone market-ready skills prior to graduation. Students come to the job market already having a network of professionals contacts, giving them a competitive edge.

HLC Accredited
Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission – HLC

Kiplinger's Best College Values Private 2018
Ranked among the best values in private collegesKiplinger’s Personal Finance, 2017

Forbes Americas Top Colleges 2017
Ranked among “America’s Top Colleges” — Forbes, 2017

THE BIG PICTURE

Chemistry permeates every aspect of modern life, and chemists are being called on more and more to be problem solvers. For example, in pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing, chemists are called on to develop new materials and nanotechnologies for medical use. In chemical manufacturing, chemists are being asked to use knowledge of “green chemistry” to improve environmental safety while maintaining process efficiency.

Chemistry Outlook Infographic
Chemistry Outlook Infographic
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To compete for chemistry jobs today, you’ll need a degree and the right work experience. Request information about Maryville University’s undergraduate programs in chemistry.
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