OF CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY
of New York
department offers courses in the five major areas of chemistry:
analytical, biochemistry, inorganic, organic, and physical. Students
completing the undergraduate degree are well-prepared to begin
a career or advanced study in chemistry or related disciplines.
In addition to serving chemistry majors, the department offers
courses for students in premedicine, predentistry, biology, dietetics,
earth sciences, physics, education, and cooperative engineering
programs. Introductory courses present the principles and applications
of chemistry to non-science majors. The chemistry program is
approved by the Committee on Professional Training of the
American Chemical Society. For more information, see the
department office in Room 121 of the Physical Science Building,
call 607-436-3193 (fax, 607-436-2654), or email the Chairman,
Dr. Joseph Chiang.
you interested in a career in medicine? Think about majoring in
one of the chemistry programs!
|What's New in
the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department -- Fall 2003
Department receives $125,000 grant for nuclear
magnetic resonance spectrometer
$800,000 grant in science education!
Symposium and Student Papers at the American
Chemical Society meeting
Are you interested in a career
in biology, earth science, physics, or any area of engineering
Be sure to enroll in General Chemistry -- a basic course in all
of these areas -- in your first year.
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