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Chemistry

School of Science and Engineering

At Anderson University, an area of study in the natural sciences can propel you into a field that’s filled with possibilities. Within chemistry, you’ll examine the principles of the natural world and make exciting new discoveries, all while gaining the knowledge you need to both inform your calling and launch your career. 

 

Program Overview

Chemistry

Students in this pre-professional health program are challenged to look further, think deeper, and step outside of the box. Our students and faculty work together to further both knowledge and understanding within the field of chemistry, eager to uncover something new. AU chemistry students become part of a community of learners and achievers who are driven and passionate about research, data, and thinking creatively to discover innovative solutions that will further improve the world.

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4-Year Major

  • Complete this major on a 3-year or 4-year track.
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Career Pathways

  • Chemists
  • Chemistry Teachers
  • Chemical Technicians
  • Chemical Engineers
  • Chemical Equipment Operators
  • Chemical Plant and System Operators
  • Clinical Laboratory Technologists
  • Environmental Scientists
  • Food Scientists and Technologists
  • Medical Laboratory Technicians
  • Nuclear Monitoring Technicians
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Course Preview

Among the classes in the 52-hour chemistry major are:

  • General Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Calculus
  • Quantum Chemistry
  • Science Seminar

It is recommended for physics or biology students to supplement and complement their major fields of study. Students considering a chemistry major should begin their study with General Chemistry I. View the courses required for the chemistry major.

OUR FACULTY

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School Of Science and Engineering

Michael Bailey, employee at Anderson University

Michael Bailey

Assistant Professor of Biology

Caroline Baker, an employee at Anderson University in Indiana

Caroline Baker

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering

School Of Science and Engineering

Dr. Scott R. Carr

Professor of Chemistry

Jon Craton, an employee at Anderson University in Indiana

Jon Craton

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Larry George, an employee at Anderson University in Indiana

Larry George, P.E.

Adjunct Professor of Mechanical Engineering

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April Hoover

Administrative Assistant to the Dean, School of Science and Engineering

Kyung Shin Kang, an employee of Anderson University in Indiana

Dr. Kyung Shin Kang

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Scott Kennedy, an employee of Anderson University in Indiana

Dr. Scott B. Kennedy

Professor of Physical Sciences and Engineering

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