In the Lab. Real Chemistry. From Day One.
As a chemistry degree student at Lewis University, you will engage in challenging curriculum led by industry-leading chemists, while working in state-of-the-art facilities with cutting-edge lab equipment.
At larger schools, graduate students have first priority to lab space. At Lewis, you are working shoulder-to-shoulder alongside faculty from the very beginning of your undergraduate career, learning about the various interactions of particles, and participating in high-impact research opportunities, which will put you in a much stronger position to succeed in both your future career and graduate school. You will be exposed to, and solve problems, that companies need to address in the real world.
Prepare for a rewarding career in scientific research and development as a professional chemist.
Chemistry, B.A. for the High School Teaching Certificate
Earn your Chemistry degree and be prepared to teach Chemistry in a high school environment.
B.S. or B.A. in Chemistry to M.A. in Secondary Education 4+1 option
Earn your bachelor's in chemistry and master's in secondary education in less time than it would take to complete both degrees separately.
Study the science of life at a molecular level in preparation for a career in medicine and pharmaceuticals.
In the News
- Dr. Jason Keleher and Students Present at Electrochemical Society Meeting in Atlanta
- Faculty Share Expertise in Publications, Presentations
- Four Lewis University Research Teams Present at International Electrochemical Society Meeting
- Priority Deadline is February 25 for $10,000 STEM Scholarship at Lewis University