The mission of the Chemistry Program is to train ethically grounded critically thinking students to apply broad chemical knowledge to solve real-world problems and to prepare them for employment in chemistry-related fields, graduate studies in chemistry, or professional studies through a community of faith and scholarship.
- Graduates will be able to explain fundamental concepts and solve problems in quantitative, biological, inorganic, organic and physical chemistry.
- Graduates will be proficient in fundamental laboratory skills, including safety and use of instrumentation and computers and in the application of the scientific method.
- Graduates will be able to communicate scientific results via oral and written reports, with effective use of scientific literature.
- Graduates will be aware of major ethical issues at the forefront of their discipline and apply ethical principles of the discipline in regard to treatment of experimental data, use of sources, and in collaboration with colleagues in light of cultural differences present in a diverse and multicultural society.
- Graduates in Chemistry-Secondary education will be competent in the content of chemistry and be able to teach it.
|General Chemistry I Lecture
and General Chemistry I Laboratory
|General Chemistry II Lecture
and General Chemistry II Lab
|Organic Chemistry I Lecture
and Organic Chemistry I Lab
|Organic Chemistry II Lecture
and Organic Chem II Lab
and Quantitative Analysis Laboratory
|Instrumental Analysis Laboratory
and Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory
and Biochemistry I Laboratory
|Physical Chemistry I
and Physical Chemistry I Laboratory
|Methods of Teaching Secondary Science
|Chemistry & Biochem Colloquium
and Chem & Biochem Colloquium 2
and Chem & Biochem Colloquium 3
|Senior Comprehensive Exam
|Required Supporting Courses
|Classical Physics I
|Classical Physics II