Are you interested in becoming a...
Pharmacist? Medical Doctor? Optometrist?
Teacher? Chemical Engineer?
A chemistry degree can help you achieve that goal.
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A degree in chemistry opens a wide variety of careers to a graduate. Careers in chemistry involve such diverse areas as the development of new materials, environmental protection, and drug design. A chemistry degree is frequently used as a preparation for entrance into pharmacy, optometry, law, medical, dental, or veterinary schools.
There are two possible degree paths in the chemistry program, an area of concentration and a major. Students completing an area of concentration generally continue on to graduate school or enter an industrial position directly upon graduation. Graduates with a major in chemistry may pursue careers in industry in chemical information, technical writing, chemical sales and technical support. The chemistry major also serves as a basis for further study in medicine, pharmacy, biochemistry, environmental science, pharmaceutical science, physiology or molecular biology. Students may also receive dual degrees through the 3-2-program in chemical engineering. (See the description under Pre-engineering).
What courses will you need and when?
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Area of Concentration