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Department of Chemistry - 5 degrees offered

Department of Chemistry

As you browse our web page, you will discover that our department provides a variety of exciting opportunities for students to engage in while progressing through the chemistry program. We offer a broad range of baccalaureate degrees in chemistry to prepare students for careers in teaching, medicine, forensics, research, and/or graduate studies in chemistry. The department also offers a master's degree through the Master of Science Natural Sciences program. Our classes are well structured and are conducted by a dynamic, world class, faculty who are dedicated to the success of each student. Moreover, our students work closely with the faculty on cutting-edge research projects in all areas of chemistry whereby they are able to obtain invaluable one-on-one training. Additionally, we encourage our students to present their research findings at state, regional, and national conferences to enhance and solidify their professional growth and development.

Masters Degree

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The Master of Science in the Natural Sciences with a Chemistry Track at Columbus State University is intended to provide students with a curriculum that consists of core and elective courses in chemistry.

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Recent News

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Chemistry Major Blake Pritchett (center) was chosen as the 2016 recipient of the Royal Crown Cola International Prem Virmani Scholarship awarded by Cott. The scholarship is just one piece of a strong relationship between Cott and the Department of Chemistry at CSU that has been forged by Mr. Prim Virmani,  Former Senior VP of Science&Research (left), and Dr. Floyd Jackson, Chem. Dept. Chair (right). Mr. Pritchett was recognized at a luncheon in her honor attended by representatives from the College of Letters and Science, the Department of Chemistry, and Cott.



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This week four undergraduates and two graduate students presented original research at the Southeastern Meeting of the American Chemical Society in Columbia, South Carolina.