Department of Chemistry
Faculty: D. Timothy Anstine (Department Chair), Jerry Harris, Daniel Nogales
- Students will develop intellectual curiosity about chemistry and an appreciation for the practical role it plays in physical and biological science.
- Graduates will understand and be able to communicate the key theories in each chemistry discipline: Analytical, Inorganic, Organic, and Physical.
- Graduates will obtain skills in analysis, synthesis, instrumentation, and quantitative reasoning essential to establish and test hypotheses.
- Students will integrate biblical principles and scientific knowledge to be God's agents in academia, industry, and society.
MajorsBachelor of Science, Chemistry
Environmental Chemistry ConcentrationBachelor of Arts, Chemistry
See Secondary Education: Chemistry Teaching Area, Chemistry First Teaching Field, Chemistry Second Teaching Field