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Information for Students

First-year chemistry courses
Enrollment in all 100-level chemistry courses is determined by the Chemistry Diagnostic Exam.  All students interested in taking chemistry are required to take the diagnostic exam.

Course Descriptions
We offer a wide variety of courses in all levels of chemistry.  Click here to learn more about our course offerings.

Major Requirements
Click here to learn more about the course requirements for students majoring in chemistry.

Minor Requirements
Are you interested in obtaining a chemistry minor?  Click here to learn more about the course requirements for a chemistry minor.

ACS Certified Degree Requirements
Click here learn more about the requirements for obtaining an ACS certified degree.

Suggested Course Sequences for Majors
Click here for suggested four-year course schedules for majoring in chemistry or chemistry with biochemistry concentration.

Research
Click here to read about work that is being conducted in the department.  If you find a group that you would like to know more about, contact the faculty member directly.

Department Student Representatives
The department representatives are Ariel Alperstein and Daniel Lesko

Chemistry Club
Chem Club meets every other week at 6:30pm in the Dana Atrium.  If interested, contact the co-presidents Jen Harfmann and Ariel Alperstein or visit the Chemistry Club Homepage.

Chemistry Resources
Click here for links to all chemistry-related resources available in the Scribner library, including online journals.

Health Professions Advisory Committee (HPAC)
For students interested in medical, dental, or veterinary graduate programs click here.

Professional Societies
Organizations including those listed below offer conferences, workshops, career development resources, and networking opportunities to a wide range of chemists and other scientists.

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