Thomas More College

Do You Love Lab Work?

Have you always been interested in science? Then pursuing a degree in chemistry could put you on a fulfilling and successful career path. Whether you think you’d like to work in industry or go on to earn an advanced degree, the Chemistry program at Thomas More College provides an excellent foundation. Our graduates have had consistent success in the following fields. Keep in mind that many of these positions require advanced degrees.

  • Biochemist
  • Perfumer
  • Chemical Engineer
  • Pharmaceutical Sales
  • Crime Lab Analyst
  • Physician
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Research
  • FDA Inspector
  • Teacher
  • Food Chemist
  • Technical Writer
  • Nutritionist
  • Toxicologist


Choose From Three Degrees

Thomas More College offers a Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Science and an Associate of Arts degree in Chemistry. You decide which degree is right for you depending on where you’re headed. We recommend a second major or an Associate degree in biology, business administration, computer information systems, criminal justice, economics, mathematics or physics to broaden your opportunities in business, industry, government and education. If you’re preparing for medical, dental or veterinary school, our major program in Chemistry is easily adapted to meet their requirements. In fact, a Bachelor of Science degree in another discipline accompanied by an Associate degree (minor) in Chemistry has been a successful strategy for acceptance into medical schools and other health-related fields.

Chart Your Course

To complete a degree in Chemistry, you must earn a grade of C or above in all Chemistry courses. A sample of courses offered by the Chemistry Department includes:

  • Chemistry in Everyday Life
  • Basic Chemistry
  • General Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • The Chemical Literature
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Synthesis and Characterization
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Methods and Materials for Chemical Education
  • Senior Research Experience
  • Instrumental Analysis
  • Advanced Topics in Chemistry

Rely On A Proven Formula

The Thomas More Chemistry Department has received local and national recognition through grants from sources such as the National Science Foundation, Ashland Inc. and the George Renaker Charitable Trust. Numerous scholarships are available to Chemistry majors.

For more information, contact:

Tyler W. Green
Department of Chemistry
Thomas More College