Chemistry is a science that explores the structure and properties of the material world. Through the development of new substances and the ability to push the limits of detecting and analyzing materials, chemistry can help solve many of the problems facing society. Chemists play a pivotal role in developing new and valuable products, solving environmental problems, synthesizing new pharmaceuticals to control diseases, and developing exciting new techniques in biochemistry and molecular biology. Modern instrumentation and research opportunities are fully integrated into the curriculum.

For more information contact:
Ward Jones
Coordinator, School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics