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Chemistry is an increasingly desirable background for a wide variety of careers.

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Chemistry

Study the traditional foundational areas of chemistry: inorganic, organic, physical, analytical and biochemistry.

Because a chemistry major can lead to almost limitless career possibilities, our program offers flexibility so that you can explore your interests. You may use your bachelor's degree to enter directly into industry, or go to graduate school and become a university professor, researcher or high school teacher.

D'Youville Chemistry

Bachelor's Degree

Minor

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