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DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

Welcome

Department of Chemistry
Research Center for Science and Tech
Room 302
223 James P. Brawley Dr., SW
Telephone: 404-880-6850
Fax: 404-880-6849

Mission

The mission of the Department of Chemistry is to provide students a rigorous course of study in the physical and chemical sciences by utilizing multi-faceted learning experiences, guided inquiry laboratory, and scientific research to prepare students for careers as chemists or professionals in research and development, scientific discovery, or medical service in the global community.

Vision

The Department of Chemistry will aspire to become a leading provider of interdisciplinary approaches to chemistry education and research that attracts and prepares diverse students to be scientifically literate and competitive professionals to meet the future demands of the changing global environment.


Programs of Study

The Department of Chemistry offer programs of study for undergraduates leading to the Bachelors of Science in chemistry. An accelerated program of study also allows students to receive the integrated Bachelors of Science and Masters of Science degrees (BS/MS) in five years of study. The requirements of these programs are outlined below. Students may choose to concentrate in the following areas:
• Analytical Chemistry 
• Biological Chemistry 
• Organic Chemistry 
• Physical Chemistry 
• Polymer Chemistry 

The department offers courses to other undergraduate science majors and pre-professional students. Undergraduate majors are encouraged to participate in ongoing research programs.

For graduate students, the department offers programs of study leading to the master's or doctorate in chemistry. Students may specialize in the above-delineated disciplines. Research is an important aspect of graduate training. Under the supervision of a major professor, graduate students undertake research pertaining to novel problems in chemistry and related sciences, (e.g., materials science, biochemistry, immunology, synthesis or solid state physics).