The University of Denver's bachelor of science in chemistry provides both breadth and depth for students pursuing careers in science. Courses cover general chemistry, organic chemistry, quantitative analysis, instrumental analysis, physical chemistry, biochemistry and more. Students who complete this degree often go on to graduate school in chemistry, enter health-related programs such as medical, dental, pharmacy or veterinary school or work as chemists in industrial or governmental settings.
Our chemistry experiences include small, intimate courses with faculty with international reputations in research, and laboratory courses where students get to experiment with the latest equipment. In addition to our emphasis on undergraduate research guided by mentorship-focused faculty, the program also provides a holistic curriculum with courses in both mathematics and physics.
About this Course
This advanced-level laboratory course is required for all undergraduates majoring in chemistry or environmental chemistry. With an emphasis on the development of oral, written, computer and presentation skills necessary for success as a scientist, students will navigate through state-of-the-art laboratory experiences from diverse areas of chemistry.
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