Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 48 months Undergraduate Program By Marquette University |Top Universities
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Program overview

Main Subject

Chemistry

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

The Marquette University Chemistry Department offers several areas of study with outstanding facilities and research opportunities for undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers related to chemistry or biochemistry. Three different majors are available: Chemistry, Biochemistry/Molecular Biology (jointly with Biological Sciences) and Chemistry for the Professions (for students enrolled in the College of Education or as a secondary major). A minor in chemistry is also available. The chemistry major is certified by the American Chemical Society, and through course and laboratory work we emphasize developing the whole scientist, in turn preparing students for many fields including research and development, chemistry, dental and medical careers, pharmacy, business, technical sales and marketing, law and education. In addition, together with the Graduate School of Management, the Department of Chemistry offers a five-year B.S./M.B.A. accelerated degree program. The major in chemistry consists of thirteen courses (43 credit hours): 11 required courses (37 credit hours) and 2 elective courses (6 credit hours). In addition, background courses in mathematics (12 credit hours) and physics (8 credit hours) are required as listed below. Notes: Students who select a chemistry major following their sophomore year may substitute CHEM 2111 Organic Chemistry 1, CHEM 2112 Organic Chemistry 2 for CHEM 2113 Organic Chemistry for Majors 1, CHEM 2114 Organic Chemistry for Majors 2, respectively. Chemistry offers both American Chemical Society (ACS) certified and non-certified degrees. Consult with the department undergraduate curriculum chair for the requirements of each.

Program overview

Main Subject

Chemistry

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

The Marquette University Chemistry Department offers several areas of study with outstanding facilities and research opportunities for undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers related to chemistry or biochemistry. Three different majors are available: Chemistry, Biochemistry/Molecular Biology (jointly with Biological Sciences) and Chemistry for the Professions (for students enrolled in the College of Education or as a secondary major). A minor in chemistry is also available. The chemistry major is certified by the American Chemical Society, and through course and laboratory work we emphasize developing the whole scientist, in turn preparing students for many fields including research and development, chemistry, dental and medical careers, pharmacy, business, technical sales and marketing, law and education. In addition, together with the Graduate School of Management, the Department of Chemistry offers a five-year B.S./M.B.A. accelerated degree program. The major in chemistry consists of thirteen courses (43 credit hours): 11 required courses (37 credit hours) and 2 elective courses (6 credit hours). In addition, background courses in mathematics (12 credit hours) and physics (8 credit hours) are required as listed below. Notes: Students who select a chemistry major following their sophomore year may substitute CHEM 2111 Organic Chemistry 1, CHEM 2112 Organic Chemistry 2 for CHEM 2113 Organic Chemistry for Majors 1, CHEM 2114 Organic Chemistry for Majors 2, respectively. Chemistry offers both American Chemical Society (ACS) certified and non-certified degrees. Consult with the department undergraduate curriculum chair for the requirements of each.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

6.5+
International Students must have the TOEFL score with section scores of at least – Reading: 18, Listening: 18, Speaking: 20, Writing: 20; IELTS score with section scores of at least – Reading: 6.5, Listening: 6.5, Speaking: 6.5, Writing: 6.0.
48 Months
Jan-2000

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