Get a solid foundation in organic, inorganic, physical, analytical and biochemistry as you explore the relevance of chemistry. Lab work brings you out of the textbook and lecture to work hands-on with the material. Advanced coursework and research lets you go even deeper into laboratory and quantitative skills. Research projects on campus or through external internships let you design and conduct your own experiments, analyze the results, and present your findings at professional conferences or in scientific papers. You'll gain the confidence and problem-solving skills necessary to continue your education in medical, other professional schools, or graduate school, or to pursue industrial careers in fields such as pharmaceuticals, forensic science, materials chemistry, biochemistry and analytical chemistry.