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Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry

Modern Instrumentation, Independent Experimentation, 100% Placement

At College of Saint Mary, you can dive into chemistry, connect through hands-on learning, and develop lifelong problem-solving skills to carry into high-demand careers after graduation. Our innovative chemistry curriculum empowers students with critical thinking and scientific reasoning skills to take on complex problems. Chemistry majors have access to interactive lab equipment and the latest instrumentation to examine qualitative and quantitative data – all the while studying the societal and ethical aspects of modern science. Just as important as discovering solutions to important problems, you will learn to effectively communicate the results of your experiments in writing and presentations. The result: 100% of our chemistry majors are employed in the field or pursuing a graduate degree within six months of graduating.

College of Saint Mary applauds women who excel in science and math. This is why we offer the Marie Curie Scholars Program, a prestigious program that provides significant financial support and resources for academically talented young women interested in biology, chemistry or mathematics. You could receive up to $20,000 annually for four years!

Degree Offered

Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry

Career Outlook

With your chemistry degree, you will be qualified to work in research as a chemist or chemical engineer or to pursue advanced education in the field. Chemists earn a median annual salary of $72,350. The U.S. Department of Labor anticipates a 3-7 percent growth in demand for chemists by 2022. You could also pursue opportunities as a technical writer, taking complex scientific information and research and writing about it for publications and journals. Technical writers earn a median annual salary of $67,900 and the U.S. Department of Labor predicts that the demand for technical writers will grow by 15-21 percent by 2022.

What Can I Do with a Chemistry Major?

Source: U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration

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