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The defining characteristic of our Chemistry program at King is the close mentoring
relationship between the faculty and our majors.
Our Chemistry program combines the classroom and the laboratory experience. It integrates
a strong understanding of chemical principles and quantitative problem solving with
the development of hands-on research skills. In order to accommodate individual career
goals, there are three Chemistry tracks to choose from:
Health Sciences Chemistry
Chemistry + Secondary Education
The General Chemistry track is the traditional major that gets you ready for graduate study or for a job in industry. The Health Sciences Chemistry track prepares you for medical school, veterinary school, and a variety of other health professional programs. The Chemistry degree for Secondary
Education also leads to the fulfillment of the teaching licensure requirements. This qualifies the graduate to help fill the critical shortage of STEM
(Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) teachers in our nation's high schools.
Your advisor will help you select an internship or a summer research program tailored
to your interests and career goals.
Government laboratory work
Pharmacy and Pharmacology
Quality Control Analyst
To view all required courses for a BS in Chemistry click here.
To view all required courses for a Minor in Chemistry click here.
For Chemistry course descriptions click here.
The Chemistry program seeks to train the next generation of young people with an interest
in the chemical sciences in both the theoretical and practical aspects of chemistry.
The Chemistry coursework helps to do this by integrating chemical concepts and quantitative
thinking with laboratory techniques and best practices to develop graduates who are
prepared for a variety of scientific career possibilities.
The Chemistry program requires a laptop with Microsoft Office 2010 or later, and wireless
and webcam capability.
For information about accreditation click here.