Department of Chemistry

Faculty: D. Timothy Anstine (Department Chair), Jerry Harris, Daniel Nogales

Learning Objectives:

  1. Students will develop intellectual curiosity about chemistry and an appreciation for the practical role it plays in physical and biological science. 
  2. Graduates will understand and be able to communicate the key theories in each chemistry discipline: Analytical, Inorganic, Organic, and Physical. 
  3. Graduates will obtain skills in analysis, synthesis, instrumentation, and quantitative reasoning essential to establish and test hypotheses. 
  4. Students will integrate biblical principles and scientific knowledge to be God's agents in academia, industry, and society.


Bachelor of Science, Chemistry
Chemistry Concentration
Biochemistry Concentration
Environmental Chemistry Concentration
Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry
Chemistry Education