Chemistry majors graduate with a wide choice of career
possibilities as researchers and administrators in the chemical,
environmental, health and pharmaceutical industries.
Whether you're considering a career in the laboratory,
management or teaching, the Bachelor of Science Degree Program in
Chemistry at St. John’s College of
Liberal Arts and Sciences offers a comprehensive education for
students interested in the sciences. Majors seeking a Bachelor of
Science can also obtain a dual B.S/M.S. degree in Chemistry.
Along with traditional classes, undergraduates study the growing
fields of organic chemistry, organometallics and separation
techniques as well as subjects ranging from Genetics to Bioorganic
Chemistry. The rigorous 126-credit program explores the chemical
processes that permit organisms to grow, repair damage and
You'll gain hands-on laboratory experience, while studying the
chemical basis for organisms at the molecular level.
Available at the University's Queens campus, the Bachelor of
Science Degree Program in Chemistry includes a core curriculum with
three options (see our
- Option I: B.S. in Chemistry
- Option II: B.S. in Chemistry with American Chemical Society
- Option III: B.S. in Chemistry with a Concentration in
Students select a concentration based on their interest and
career goals. The Chemistry Department also offers a
Master of Science Degree Program and a combined
B.S./M.S. Degree Program in Chemistry.
We invite you to learn more about the Bachelor of Science Degree
Program in Chemistry exploring our
academic resources and
St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences provides the
opportunity to obtain practical experience and networking
connections through valuable internships at top companies
throughout the New York metropolitan area.
Alison Hyslop, Ph.D.
Chair and Associate Professor
Director of Admission (Queens Campus)
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