What You'll Study
With several concentrations to choose from, students will supplement a solid chemistry
foundation with classes focused on biochemistry, medicinal chemistry, nuclear science, forensic science or professional chemistry.
Chemists work in a wide range of fields, including archeology, quality assurance and
control, the pharmaceutical industry and forensics.
While the earning potential varies by specialization, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
reports that chemists and material scientists have a median income of $79,760 per year.