Chemistry Major/Minor Requirements
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Chemistry
The B.S. degree is designed for the student desiring a thorough background in the field of chemistry in preparation for either graduate school or industrial employment in which the main focus of the work is in chemistry.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Chemistry
The A.B. degree is appropriate for the student interested in professional school, direct employment in industry, or entry into a non-traditional field combining the knowledge of chemistry with another discipline. This degree provides the flexibility to double major or minor in another field of study, for example Education.
ACS Certified Degree in Chemistry
To graduate with a degree certified by the American Chemical Society, a chemistry major must complete just a few additional courses beyond the Stonehill College degree requirements. Details about ACS Certified Degrees in Chemistry are included on the requirements pages for the B.S. and B.A. in Chemistry.
Minor in Chemistry
The chemistry minor provides a strong understanding of fundamental principles and techniques of chemistry as well as the application of those principles to biological, environmental and industrial processes.