Department: Chemistry    
Chairperson: Petar Dvornic*, Chairperson    
Room: 101 Heckert-Wells Email: chem AT pittstate DOT edu
Telephone: 620-235-4748 Fax: 620-235-4003
Website: http://www.pittstate.edu/department/chemistry/   
Professor(s): Petar Dvornic*, James McAfee*, Dilip K. Paul*,** William Shirley*, Khamis S. Siam*,**   
Assoc. Professor(s): Charles Neef*, Irene Zegar*   
Asst. Professor(s): Ram Gupta*, Santimukul Santra*    
Instructors: Kristopher Mijares*

   
Research Faculty: Mihail Ionescu*, Ivan Javni*

*Graduate Faculty
**University Professor   

Baccalaureate Degrees

The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in chemistry is available in six areas of emphasis:  Professional (ACS approved); Biochemistry; Polymer Chemistry; Pre-Medicine; Environmental Chemistry; and Pharmaceutical Chemistry. The Professional emphasis is an Ameri­can Chemi­cal Society approved degree plan.  This degree plan is designed to prepare students for professional careers. 

The Bachelor of Science in Polymer Chemistry is designed for the student desiring to prepare for high level positions in polymer related industry or research and/or for successful application to graduate programs nationally or world-wide.

The Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in chemistry is designed for the student desiring to prepare for secondary level chemistry teaching.

The University's requirements for all baccalaure­ate degrees can be found at General Education Requirements for All Baccalaureate Degrees and for the master's degree at Graduate Degrees and Options.

 

Other Professional Programs

The Department of Chemistry offers pre-professional work in health sciences. Baccalaureate degrees leading to medical or pharmacy careers are described below.  Details concerning these programs can be obtained from the department.

 

Minor Sequences

Are applicable to Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Science in Education degrees.

 

 
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