Queen Mary offers highly regarded training in both theoretical and practical chemistry. You’ll develop an advanced scientific understanding of the physical and chemical properties of matter, including the nature of atoms and molecules, their structure and composition, their reactions and the ways they are used in products and materials. In your first year you’ll study the fundamentals of organic and inorganic chemistry, spectroscopy and states of matter. Later you’ll study physical and quantum chemistry, computational chemistry and organic synthesis. Chemistry is a practical subject and you’ll develop advanced skills through frequent lab work. During your final year you’ll conduct your own research project, either laboratory- or literature-based. Choose your own pathway through this degree — add a year in industry or studying abroad, or carry out an additional year of advanced study to graduate with an MSci.
Chemistry is the study of matter's physical properties and transformations. You'll study in a program known for cutting edge chemical and multidisciplinary research, and you'll gain the necessary scientific foundation for studies and careers in related fields.The Chemistry program in the Faculty of Science offers an Environmental Chemistry minor and a Nuclear Science minor. You can start this program at the Surrey campus.
Richard L. Conolly College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Chemistry focuses on the fundamental understanding of substances—their structure, composition, properties and transformations. Whether you are interested in working in a scientific field or teaching, the Chemistry curriculum will prepare you for a broad variety of careers, including medicine, dentistry and other health fields; pharmaceuticals, metallurgy, plastics, engineering, agriculture, biotechnology, and environmental science. The Chemistry curricula is further strengthened through participation in research. On both the graduate and undergraduate level, you will perform high-quality research under the direct guidance of a faculty member who is an expert in his or her field. This unique research environment provides valuable experience that is highly prized in industry.
This PhD program in Chemistry is designed for students who have earned a bachelor’s or a master’s degree in chemistry or a related field who wish to develop as independent researchers by engaging in cutting-edge research while working closely with faculty who are renowned in their fields.The program of study includes some course work, but the primary emphasis is on the completion of an original research project, its articulation in a well-written thesis, and its subsequent defense before the thesis (oral examination) committee. The PhD program is a full-time degree program that typically takes five years to complete. Financial support (teaching assistantships or research assistantships) is normally provided for students throughout their period of study if they are found to be making satisfactory progress toward their degree in accordance with departmental and university guidelines.
Dartmouth’s chemistry department combines the personalized instruction and mentoring of a small college with the expertise of a research university. We welcome prospective undergraduate majors and Ph.D. candidates, as well as other students interested in chemistry, the central science.
The Department of Chemistry offers a unique combination of the personalized mentoring of a small college with the expertise and sophisticated facilities and technology of a modern research university. Our undergraduate programs—approved by the American Chemical Society—offer hands-on experience in all fields of modern chemistry, preparing students for a broad variety of scientific careers. Chemistry focuses on the fundamental understanding of substances—their structure, composition, properties and transformations. Whether you are interested in working in a scientific field or teaching, the Chemistry curriculum will prepare you for a broad variety of careers, including medicine, dentistry and other health fields, pharmaceuticals, metallurgy, plastics, engineering, agriculture, biotechnology, and environmental science.
At KU Chemistry, we have faculty dedicated to mentoring both undergraduate and graduate students and to helping each student achieve scientific maturity. In addition to required classroom and laboratory courses, options exist for doing research in exciting areas of mainstream chemistry, including emerging fields of microfluidics, precision medicine and sustainable catalysis.
The mission of the undergraduate program in Chemistry is to provide students with the fundamental concepts of the molecular sciences through a program of coursework and laboratory experiences. Students acquire in-depth knowledge of the principles of chemistry, the methodologies necessary to solve complex problems, and the ability to articulate their ideas effectively to the scientific community. The Chemistry program has a long-standing tradition of encouraging undergraduate majors to become involved in research during the academic year and through a ten-week summer research program. The major is designed to provide students with excellent preparation for further study in graduate or professional schools as well as careers in chemistry.
The Chemistry program at Skagit Valley College is designed to serve the diverse needs of the community by inspiring students with an interest in discovery and a desire for lifelong learning, as well as by promoting critical thinking skills. The Chemistry program provides solid foundations in general chemistry (CHEM& 121, CHEM& 161, CHEM& 162, and CHEM& 163) and organic chemistry (CHEM& 131, CHEM& 241, CHEM& 242, and CHEM& 243) for students majoring in science, engineering, nursing, and environmental science. CHEM& 121 and CHEM& 131 form a series designed for health and environmental sciences students. The CHEM& 160 series is designed for science and engineering majors. The CHEM& 200 series is designed for science majors. All include lab work. Non-science majors with an interest in chemistry should take CHEM& 105 or CHEM& 110 which are excellent classes for those with no chemistry experience to take in preparation for other chemistry courses. CHEM& 105 is a non-lab course and CHEM& 110 includes a lab.
The Department of Chemistry offers the opportunity to earn degrees at both the master’s and doctoral levels, and participates in the Interdepartmental Concentration in Neuroscience. Study and research is available in analytical, biochemistry, educational, inorganic, organic, physical, and theoretical, as well as a number of cross-disciplinary concentrations such as catalyst and battery design, drug discovery, and neuro and nanosciences.
Welcome to the Department of Chemistry at University of the Pacific. Our ACS-accredited department at the University of the Pacific has a long-standing tradition of student-centered education. We offer classes in the core-curriculum of majors in chemistry, biochemistry, pre-pharmacy, pre-dentistry, pre-medicine, biology, physics, physical therapy and engineering. In addition, we encourage our majors to take advantage of the chance to work one-on-one with our faculty on research projects. Students earning chemistry or biochemistry degrees at Pacific can expect to receive training in all practical laboratory skills. These skills give our students confidence and a competitive edge as they enter the workplace or pursue graduate degrees. Senior students (BS) compete very well nationally for admission to the best professional schools and are very competitive in the employment market after graduation. Our graduate students (MS/PhD) have secured leading positions in industry and academia nationally and internationally.
As the central science, a Bachelor of Science with a major in Chemistry puts students at the heart of scientific discovery. Covering millions of chemical compounds and reactions, the program offers study in a variety of areas: Organic chemistry Inorganic chemistry Biochemistry Analytical chemistry, and Physical chemistry
Researchers in Rice University Department of Chemistry are world leaders in nanotechnology. The department is home to two Nobel laureates and five members of the National Academy of Sciences, and one of only six centers funded by the National Science Foundation for nanoscale science and engineering. In addition to the classical research areas of organic, inorganic, physical and theoretical chemistry, interdisciplinary research has long been a central focus at Rice, and work that spans science and engineering is particularly facile here.
Drew’s chemistry majors share a love of science and apply their passion to many different areas: from biochemistry and medicines to the environment and synthesizing new materials. They use Drew’s state-of-the-art labs to study chemistry, and all students conduct research mentored by a faculty member or RISE Fellow. With our curriculum approved by the American Chemical Society, Drew’s graduates have great success in research, medicine, teaching and industry.
Chemists help to solve major challenges, from improving clean energy technology to discovering new materials to . To do this, they study the atomic and molecular structure of physical matter and analyze how it changes. They also develop new methods of measurement, enabling insight into a range of processes – from mining to food safety. Chemistry majors develop a solid foundation in general chemistry and mathematics followed by course work in specialties, as well as opportunities for hands-on research in labs with state-of-the-art instruments.
The chemistry minor at Curry supports and provides an added dimension and background to understanding the concepts involved in the study of the environment and of life itself. Chemistry courses strongly support those majoring in Biology and Biochemistry, as well as those preparing for careers in nursing, medicine, and technology.
The Department of Chemistry offers undergraduates a flexible program suitable for attending graduate or medical school, as well as for those intending to pursue a career in secondary school teaching. A chemistry concentration is appropriate for anyone who desires a broad background of undergraduate training in science. The graduate program is a vital, expanding hub of scientific inquiry with deep historic roots and a ready grasp on the future. Housed in the world-class Frick Chemistry Laboratory, faculty and students work at the frontiers of science where the lines between chemistry and other disciplines merge.
The different disciplines of modern physical and biological sciences have much to offer each other through advances in technology. Aside from basic research, society continually generates fundamental scientific and technological challenges such as the need for new sources of energy, new synthetic and biotechnologies, new materials exhibiting unusual catalytic, metallic, or electrolytic properties, and developments in laser, computer, and communications technology. We consider these to be within the province of a unified field of molecular sciences, in which chemistry plays the central role. Chemistry is concerned with the study of matter and the changes matter can undergo. The chemistry program provides a basic foundation for career opportunities in chemical research and teaching, in scientific communication and information transfer, and in the health professions. Students who desire preparation for advanced study in chemistry or allied fields where research experience is advantageous should complete the chemistry honors program.
This program is designed to provide the student with a strong foundation in chemistry, including a solid theoretical background as well as broad exposure to experimental techniques and current instrumentation. Upon successful completion of this program, a student will be prepared for entry level positions in chemistry-related industries and to pursue advanced degrees in a variety of scientific areas, such as medical/dental/veterinary school.
The MIT Department of Chemistry is an inclusive, supportive, and innovative community whose common goal is to create new chemical knowledge and to mentor the next generation of the best and brightest students who will define the next frontiers of chemical science. Recognized as one of the top chemistry departments in the world, paving the way in both education and research, the Department of Chemistry’s illustrious history shares the MIT tradition of excellence. The department’s strong record of achievement is based on its pioneering advances in chemical research and its success in incorporating these advances into our educational mission. Chemistry is truly the central science and underpins much of the efforts of scientists and engineers to improve life for humankind. MIT Chemistry is taking a leading role in experimentally and theoretically probing chemistry at its most fundamental level, discovering new chemical syntheses, creating sustainable energy, unraveling the biochemical complexities of natural systems, improving the environment, detecting and curing disease, and developing materials with new properties. Fundamental discoveries made in our department have found their way into practical applications ranging from polymer synthesis to medical imaging.
We are proud of our department and our undergraduate program — its national ranking, the international reputations of a number of our faculty member, and our building with its excellent facilities for both teaching and research. Our Bachelor of Science degree, with options in biological science, business, communications, computer science, education, and polymer science, allows our undergraduates to receive a quality education and go on to positions in industry, to professional schools, or to graduate chemistry programs in highly regarded institutions
From the twitch of a muscle fiber to the silent explosion of a supernova, every happening in the universe is linked at an atomic level by the principles of chemistry. Chemists analyze substances, like testing environmental samples; create new substances, as in medical and product manufacturing; test theories using chemical analysis; and measure the properties of substances, like the strength of materials used in engineering. At UC Davis, you have the flexibility to pursue an A.B. or B.S. degree in chemistry. Our A.B. degree is ideal if you plan to go into teaching or pursue a professional degree, while our general B.S. degree in chemistry is certified by the American Chemical Society and provides you with more rigorous scientific preparation. Other bachelor programs in chemistry offered at UC Davis allow you to undertake more focused studies, e.g. chemical physics, pharmaceutical chemistry and applied chemistry with an emphasis in either environmental or forensic chemistry.
Students engage in cutting-edge research alongside expert faculty and graduate students studying problems of critical importance to our world. Housed in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, GW’s chemistry program provides a hands-on approach to modern laboratory practices and instrumentation supported by a balanced introduction to the basic divisions of chemistry that emphasizes problem-solving skills.
The Department of Chemistry offers undergraduates a chemistry major that allows students to take advantage of world-class lab facilities, participate firsthand in significant research, and prepare for careers in chemistry, medicine and beyond. The program begins with a comprehensive grounding in the disciplines of analytical, organic, physical, inorganic, and biological chemistry, with a concentration in the area of your choice. Your program of study culminates with a capstone laboratory experience and the opportunity to pursue graduate-level coursework.
Over half of every undergraduate class at Emory takes at least one chemistry course. Starting in Fall 2017, that means that over half of every undergraduate class will have an opportunity to experience Chemistry Unbound. Chemistry Unbound is a new, intradisciplinary approach to teaching chemistry. Supported by a major grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chemistry Unbound seeks to break down barriers betwen traditional chemistry disciplines to build lasting thematic frameworks and give students context for real-world problems and solutions. The curriculum is founded on active learning principles, giving students the opportunity to customize their chemistry experience. For example, advanced students can take special topics courses that align with their interests and career goals in areas such as medicinal chemistry, astrochemistry, and "The Chemistry of the Creation, Analysis, and Preservation of Art."
Sidcot School was founded in 1699 - it is one of the oldest, most prestigious and rating schools in the UK. Most of her students are British nationals, a small part are foreigners: a total of about 400 children are trained there.
The campus is located in a picturesque, quiet suburb near the developed cities of Bath and Bristol; it adjoins the small cozy village of Winscombe, 13 kilometers from the coastal city of Weston-Super-Mare.
Sidcot School is proud of the successes of its students, especially the fact that after studying here foreigners are not inferior to the British in academic and linguistic terms. Graduates successfully enter the selected universities all over the world, even in the most prestigious and rating ones. Students have the opportunity to practice or internship in the process of training, to gain valuable practical experience and establish useful business ties.