Chemistry, B.S. - Environmental Chemistry

The B.S. in Chemistry with an Environmental Chemistry concentration is interdisciplinary as the students are required to take several environmental courses in Marine Studies, Environmental Studies, Biology, Earth Science, or Public Health along with their Chemistry curriculum. Thus, this concentration allows students to pursue a minor in one of these areas in addition to their Chemistry major. This is a well-rounded curriculum where students take courses in Environmental Chemistry and Instrumental Analysis along with a strong foundation in four traditional areas of Chemistry: Organic, Inorganic, Analytical and Physical Chemistry. This degree provides excellent training to students that wish to positively impact the environment through chemistry. Students in this degree will typically find jobs in private and public environmental laboratories and can also choose to pursue graduate studies in Environmental Chemistry.