Targeted programs with rigorous training.
Our degree programs are all designed to meet the requirements for graduate study, professional schools, a teaching career in chemistry, or work in industrial or governmental positions. We offer several degree options to meet a range of needs and interests.
All majors in the College of Arts and Sciences complete at least 124 total credits to earn a bachelor’s degree.
- A second major in a nonscience discipline;
- The 32-credit complementary major in environmental science;
- A disciplinary science minor (qualifying disciplines include astronomy, biology, computer science, engineering, geography, geology, mathematics, meteorology, physics, and psychology); OR
- A minor in fundamentals of business, business administration, applied statistics, engineering, or geographic information systems.