Chemistry and the Physical Sciences are noted to be the central most of all the natural sciences. The strength of the Chemistry and Physical Science Department of Methodist University is its size. It provides tremendous opportunities for personal development by interacting directly with the professors. The program is very progressive, challenging, and exciting with excellent faculty and staff who are supportive of the students’ educational endeavors. Research in natural products and analytical forensic chemistry provides further values to the students future career be it graduate school, professional schools or industry.
Requirements for the major in Chemistry with a concentration in Biochemistry
CHE 1510, 1520, 4860 or 4870, and 32 s.h. at the 3000 level or higher that includes CHE 3110, 3120, 3210, 3220, 4210, 4500, 4600; BIO 1530, 1560, 3960, 4400 (additional Biology course electives are recommended from the pool of BIO 3060, 3070, 4000, and 4010), MAT 2200, 2310 and 2320; PHY 1510 or 2510 and 1520 or 2520. CHE 3100 and 4500 are highly recommended.