Areas of Study
Students majoring in the Donald J. Bettinger Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry can pursue studies leading to the following degrees:
- B.S. in Chemistry
- B.S. in Biochemistry
- B.S. in Chemistry, American Chemical Society (ACS) certified degree
- B.S. in Biochemistry, American Chemical Society (ACS) certified degree
- B.A. in Chemistry
- The B.A. degree is for students interested in premed and those students looking to dual major with another B.A. degree.
- A 3+3 Pre-Law program is available to students pursuing a B.A. degree
Students with these degrees commonly go directly to industry or government labs or go onto to pursue advanced degrees including Ph.D., M.D., Pharm.D., etc. See our Chemistry/Biochemistry Careers Page.
Specific courses offer by the department are described in the ONU Handbook.
We have a specific program for teacher licensure for students seeking to teach High School Chemistry Courses (Adolescent Young Adult (7-12) Physical Sciences: Chemistry; Physical Sciences: Chemistry and Physics; or Integrated Science).
Students can also minor in the department with the following concentrations:
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