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B.S. in Chemistry

Residential Chemistry Program

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The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry degree program at Liberty University prepares students for employment or graduate studies in the molecular sciences by providing a broad-based, lab-intensive chemistry curriculum taught from a biblical worldview.

 

Design features in chemical systems, as well as chemical methods and theories relevant to the origin of life, are integrated into the curriculum. In the upper-level laboratories, students work with faculty using state-of-the-art chemical instrumental methods. Research opportunities further prepare chemistry graduates for professional opportunities and postgraduate education.

 

The B.S. in Chemistry is offered through the Department of Biology & Chemistry.


Academics: Chemistry (B.S.)

Credit Hours

120 total hours

 

Degree Completion Plan (DCP)

Chemistry (B.S.) DCP

 

Admission Requirements

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Featured Courses

  • Biochemistry I & II (BCHM 451, 452)
  • Organic Chemistry I & II (CHEM 301, 302)
  • Physical Chemistry I & II (CHEM 461, 462)
  • Analytical Chemistry (CHEM 321)
  • Instrumental Analysis (CHEM 322)

Career Opportunities in Chemistry

  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Chemical Laboratory Technician
  • Chemical/Pharmaceutical Laboratory Supervisor
  • Chemistry Graduate School
  • Computational/Theoretical Chemist
  • Cosmetics
  • Dietary Scientist
  • Environmental Scientist
  • Food Chemistry
  • Forensic Chemist
  • Forensic Scientist
  • Government
  • High School Chemistry Teacher
  • Industrial/Environmental Laboratory Analyst
  • Industrial Sales, Marketing, and Technical Service
  • Laboratory Analyst
  • National Laboratories
  • Physician
  • Principal Researcher in Chemistry
  • Production Chemist
  • Quality Assurance
  • Quality Control
  • Regulatory Agencies
  • Research and Development
  • Research Assistant
  • Scientific Writing
  • Toxicology