Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry
The bachelor arts in chemistry program prepares graduates interested in science-oriented pre-professional programs such as medicine and dentistry, as well as for students entering secondary science teaching. The B.A. program allows students to major with a maximum of forty-six credits in chemistry while providing flexibility for exposure in other cognate fields.
For students interested in entering a graduate program in chemistry or pursuing a position in the chemical industry upon graduation, it is recommended that the additional requirements for professional certification (see ACS Certification section) by the American Chemical Society be completed.
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