Bachelor of Science in ChemistryApply
In pursuing a bachelor of science in chemistry, students receive a strong foundation in analytical, physical, organic and inorganic chemistry before selecting one of three options leading to the degree: biochemistry and natural products, environmental chemistry, or natural and synthetic polymer chemistry.
B.S. in Chemistry Options
Each option offers an advanced course of studies beyond the basic courses of the classical undergraduate chemistry curriculum. All options are excellent grounding for professional work at the B.S. level or for advanced graduate study.
Students may enter the Bachelor of Science in Chemistry program as first-year students or as transfer students. Students who are preparing to transfer to ESF as juniors must have earned at least 60 credits of college coursework in courses comparable to the lower-division course requirements.
Course and Program Info
Department of Chemistry
1 Forestry Drive
Syracuse, NY 13210
- Ivan Gitsov, Chair
- David J. Kieber, Associate Chair for Undergraduate Laboratories
- Theodore S. Dibble, Associate Chair for Graduate and Undergraduate Programs
- Mark Teece, Undergraduate Curriculum Coordinator