Chemistry degrees in Massachusetts - results 1-10 of 145

  1. Chemistry

    Northeastern University - Boston, MA

    • Bachelor's

    The department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology offers education in basic chemistry and modern chemistry-related disciplines. Our faculty carry out state-of-the-art research in a wide variety of experimental and theoretical fields including

  2. Chemistry

    Brandeis University - Waltham, MA

    • Doctors of Philosophy

    in major traditional divisions of chemistry, as well as in the increasingly important interdisciplinary areas of chemical biology, complex systems, materials chemistry, and catalysis. The graduate program in chemistry includes course work, seminar participation, and research, and is designed to lead to a broad understanding of the subject

  3. Chemistry

    Brandeis University - Waltham, MA

    • MS

    in major traditional divisions of chemistry, as well as in the increasingly important interdisciplinary areas of chemical biology, complex systems, materials chemistry, and catalysis. The graduate program in chemistry includes course work, seminar participation, and research, and is designed to lead to a broad understanding of the subject

  4. Chemistry

    Curry College - Milton, MA

    • MInor

    The chemistry minor at Curry supports and provides an added dimension and background to understanding the concepts involved in the study of the environment and of life itself. Chemistry courses strongly support those majoring in Biology and Environmental Science, as well as, those preparing for careers in nursing, medicine, and technology

  5. Chemistry

    Gordon College - Wenham, MA

    • BS

    The Chemistry Department provides you with the opportunity to learn about what the science community refers to as "the central science." As Christian scholars, we encourage

  6. Chemistry

    Springfield Technical Community College - Springfield, MA

    • AS

    Chemistry is the science of matter at the atomic and molecular scale, dealing primarily with collection of atoms, such as molecules, crystals and metals. Chemistry deals with the composition and statistical properties of such structures, as well as their transformation and interaction to become materials encountered in everyday life

  7. Chemistry

    Gordon College - Wenham, MA

    • Bachelor's

    The Chemistry Department provides you with the opportunity to learn about what the science community refers to as "the central science." As Christian scholars, we encourage

  8. Chemistry

    College of the Holy Cross - Worcester, MA

    • MAJORS AND MINORS

    fundamental principles and theories of chemistry with hands-on experience using state-of-the-art laboratory equipment. The chemistry department takes a guided inquiry approach to introductory courses in general and organic chemistry. Through this method, students first encounter fundamental concepts in the laboratory. They follow up with discussion and further elaboration on those concepts during the

  9. Chemistry

    College of Our Lady of the Elms - Chicopee, MA

    • BS

    Why Study Chemistry at Elms College? An especially valuable experience for chemistry students is independent theoretical research, which is a hallmark of the program at Elms College. We offer you the opportunity to engage in research

  10. Chemistry

    Merrimack College - North Andover, MA

    • Bachelor's

    A Merrimack chemistry or biochemistry degree provides a strong foundation for success in a range of careers and in graduate school. Many of our majors go on to graduate or professional school in chemistry, biochemistry, medicine, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, dentistry, and other fields. Others enter directly into the workforce, where their Merrimack education has positioned them to compete

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