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Chemistry and Biochemistry Programs

It takes someone who understands how much matter matters.

Whether you’re looking for a bachelor’s degree, minor, or certificate, the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry has a program to satisfy your chemistry cravings.

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B.S.C. in Chemistry

Interested in attending graduate school? Want to work for top labs around the world? This is the degree you need. Providing the best preparation for any career involving chemical research, this program fulfills recommendations of the Committee on Professional Training of the American Chemical Society, and all graduates are certified as having fulfilled its requirements.

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Program Highlights

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  • The acquisition of scientific and technical knowledge
  • The development of analysis and problem-solving skills
  • Support from the Mastodon community
  • A prestigious Purdue degree

Scholarships

 

Looking for ways to make paying for college a little easier? ScholarshipUniverse is a tool for current and admitted Purdue Fort Wayne students that allows you to create an academic profile and connect with scholarship opportunities.

For more information about all the scholarships available at Purdue Fort Wayne—including opportunities for specific programs—you can visit the Office of Financial Aid or contact us at [email protected].

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Requirements and Curriculum Overview

Our comprehensive curriculum and diverse requirements will challenge you to go further than you ever imagined. Check out what you can expect as you advance through our program.

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this degree, students will be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes:

  • Analyze, synthesize, and comprehend experimental and computational data describing the physical universe
  • Learn precise measuring techniques as well as careful and meticulous record keeping
  • Be proficient in fundamental organic synthetic methods
  • Develop independent problem-solving skills as well as the ability to work collaboratively in a team environment on complex chemical systems
  • Learn basic tools and concepts for efficient use of chemical literature, including multiple computerized databases
  • Ability to analyze sources for relevance and authority and to learn how scientific writings are constructed according to style
Next stop: a successful future.
  • Biochemist
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  • Forensic Chemist
  • High School Teacher
  • Medical Doctor
  • Metallurgist
  • Museum Conservator
  • Patent Agent
  • Pharmacist
  • Professor
  • Quality Control Specialist
  • Toxicologist
  • Water Scientist