Chair: Dr. Dennis Viernes
Degree Types: Bachelor of Science (default) or Bachelor of Arts (alternate)
The Chemistry Education program offers a wide range of chemistry and education courses to prepare students for a career as a secondary teacher. Students majoring in this program will gain a broad knowledge base in the chemical sciences, learn to communicate effectively, and develop strong analytical and critical thinking skills.
Through classroom and hands-on learning, the Chemistry Education bachelor’s degree program provides skills and experience you can apply directly to your career:
- Gain leadership experience outside the classroom through a wide range of experiential learning opportunities.
- Learn to apply Christian, Catholic, Benedictine values to work and life.
- Work in small classes alongside world-class faculty who bring professional experience to their classrooms.