Contact Info

          Chemistry Department
          Cooper Hall, Room 126
          230 Scotland Road
          Edinboro, PA 16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2485
          Email: chemistry@edinboro.edu

          Dr. Janet Rogers
          Department Chair
          Office: Cooper Hall, Room 126e
          Phone: (814) 732-1539
          Email: rogers@edinboro.edu

          Chemistry


          Degree programs in chemistry (BS and BA), biochemistry and forensic science (BS), as well as the pre-pharmacy transfer program (AS), prepare EU students for careers as chemists, researchers, medical and pharmaceutical personnel, educators, technical consultants, scientific management, lab directors, forensic investigators and more.
          Dedicated faculty guides student success

          Dedicated faculty guides student success

          Biochemistry major earns coveted spot in the National Science Foundation's Research Experience for Undergraduates at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.

          Well-rounded experience is a formula for success

          Well-rounded experience is a formula for success

          Two highly competitive science internships help EU Biochemistry major land a coveted spot in a prestigious graduate program.

            The Department of Chemistry’s dedicated faculty works hard to ensure students achieve the highest possible standards of learning. The department offers instruction intended for students hoping to enter business or industry as a chemist or obtain a solid background in the traditional sub-disciplines of inorganic, organic, biochemical, analytical, physical and polymer chemistry, as well as those hoping to pursue a graduate degree in chemistry or a related science. This high-caliber program can also serve as an excellent foundation for a pre-medical program.

            The department’s rigorous curriculum and world-class faculty produce intellectually and technically prepared graduates who are capable of competing in and contributing to the global marketplace. A focus on applying the discipline provides students with experience in forensics, biological chemistry, secondary education–chemistry, pre-pharmacy and more.          

            Graduates are able to apply critical thinking, analytical and logical skills in solving problems; understand current social and ethical issues related to chemical sciences; apply core knowledge, theories and practices of chemistry and allied sciences; and communicate technical information in a professional manner.

            Unleash your potential with a degree in Chemistry.  

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            Majors & Programs

            Associate
            Program
            Curriculum
            Course Sequence
            2+3 Pharmacy (with LECOM)
            Associate of Science
            Program Number: 0403
            Department: Chemistry
            Description
            Pre-Pharmacy
            Associate of Science
            Program Number: 0402
            Department: Chemistry
            Description

             

            Bachelor's
            Program
            Curriculum
            Course Sequence
            Description
            Description
            Chemistry - Biochemistry
            Bachelor of Science
            Program Number: 0427
            Department: Chemistry
            Description
            Chemistry - Forensic Sciences
            Bachelor of Science
            Program Number: 0443
            Department: Chemistry
            Description
            Chemistry - Industrial Biochemistry (Limited to currently enrolled students)
            Bachelor of Science
            Program Number: 0445
            Department: Chemistry
            Description

             

            Minors
            Program
            Curriculum
            Chemistry Minor
            Minor
            Program Number: 1032
            Department: Chemistry
            Description