Chemistry at Purdue University has a ratio of 1 faculty member for every 8 undergraduates, which allows students to enjoy a great deal of individualized attention. It also offers opportunities for mentoring programs and cutting-edge undergraduate research in a wide range of fields from drug discovery to climate change.
The B.S. program with chemistry as a field of study is designed for those who want training in chemistry and freedom to pursue minors or second majors in other areas. Common areas of interest have been Forensic Sciences, Biology, Foreign Languages, Management, Psychology, and other Liberal Arts areas. The flexibility in this program adapts easily to Study Abroad semesters.
Elective - Credit Hours: 3:00-4:00 (MUST be at >=30000 level)
The TSAP program is based on a specific two-year TSAP plan. Purdue doesn’t guarantee completion of the bachelor’s degree in four semesters if one chooses to enter a major other than the specific TSAP program at Purdue., Please consult the major department for more information.
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