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» B.S. in Chemistry

The best way to learn science is to do science.  Students in the B.S. Chemistry program receive training through their elective courses & cutting edge research throughout the school year and also through summer research experiences. The program is perfect for students interested in pursuing a career in the physical sciences once they graduate as well as those students who are interested in continuing their education in graduate school.

Chemistry is one of the few majors at Chapman that offers a bridge program for graduate studies in a major that can be built upon an undergraduate studies foundation.  There is a bridge program with Schmid in Food Science or Computational and Data Sciences here you can continue research in the realm of laboratory science. 

Another great bridge program tied along with Chemistry is Economics Systems Design which is offered through the Argyros Business School.  With a strong mathematical and computational background with Chemistry, this program gives the opportunity to combine science, technology, and business for you to explore the connection they make together.

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