Do you want to work in a laboratory or with computers and scientific instruments? Do you enjoy research, analysis, and problem solving? If so, pursuing a Bachelor of Innovation in Chemistry may be right for you.
Chemistry majors organize and analyze scientific data and communicate complex mathematical and technical information.
What do Chemistry B.I. students study?
The Bachelor of Innovation™ (BI) in Chemistry is a cross-disciplinary degree that combines chemistry, engineering, and business. A collaboration between the Department of Chemistry in the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences, the College of Engineering, and the College of Business, this cutting-edge curriculum combines academic studies, technical skills, and professional training to prepare students for a variety of careers in the broad spectrum of the chemical industry. The degree is structured so that students gain a fundamental basis of knowledge and skills in chemistry along with preparation in business law, technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Moreover, BI Chemistry students will participate in several high-level collaborative projects and professional-level internships that will give them a distinct advantage in the competitive changing world of the chemical fields.
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