Are you interested in Chemistry?
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B.S. in Chemistry
Learn more about this degree plan in the course catalog at the button below.
University Hours: 56
Major Hours: 53
Electives: 19 credit hours
Total Required: 128 credit hours*
*Based on track selection
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Polymer Chemistry
ACU offers a minor in this study. You can learn more about this minor by viewing the catalog or explore all of the minors available at the button below. We encourage you to contact the department, for further assistance on how to enhance your degree with this minor.
Consider the wide range of exciting careers available with a bachelor’s in Chemistry
*High School Teacher certification available at ACU
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A bachelor’s degree in chemistry prepares you for immediate career opportunities in education or industry, or provides a solid foundation for graduate or professional school.
The ACU Chemistry and Biochemistry Department has been approved by the American Chemical Society (ACS) since 1971 and offers ACS-certified degrees in chemistry and biochemistry. Here at ACU, we integrate a Christian worldview with strong academic instruction and experience, educating students for Christian service and leadership throughout the world.
If your passion is teaching, you can earn your teacher certification in chemistry, physical science or composite science in conjunction with the Department of Teacher Education.
Chemistry students have extensive opportunities to participate in research, internships and student activities, including:
- Research, on campus or off
- Summer internships
- ACU Chemistry Club
- Field trips to labs, power plants and conferences
With a degree in chemistry, you’ll be prepared for a wide choice of challenging career opportunities in an academic or industrial setting, including:
- Chemical engineer
- Research scientist
- Chemistry teacher
- Forensic scientist
- Laboratory analyst
- Sustainability consultant
- Environmental chemist