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The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry degree is certified by the American Chemical Society, and is designed primarily for students planning to pursue advanced graduate studies or to seek employment in private industry or in a government laboratory.
The B.A. in Chemistry is available for students who desire a degree in chemistry with a more liberal arts orientation. Students can select from three coursework options that best suit their career goals:
Undergraduate students who wish to teach in the public school system can pursue a BA in Chemistry with Teaching Certificate.
The undergraduate chemistry programs at the University of North Texas provide many opportunities beyond formal classroom instruction. Students can perform independent research under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Many of our undergraduate students have co-authored research publications resulting from their undergraduate research, and many have gone on to graduate studies at top research universities.
Chemists work for:
Our chemistry alumni include a former president of Dow Corning Corp.-Europe, a former head patent attorney for Eli Lilly and Co., two past presidents of the American College of Surgeons, and many other outstanding researchers and university professors.
Recent graduates have been highly sought after for industrial and government positions, and many have attended some of the country’s top graduate and medical schools.