Chemistry Program Outcomes
Knowledge and Critical Thinking
- Chemistry majors should have a thorough knowledge of the fundamental chemical concepts and scientific theories and should be able to apply this knowledge to think critically and analytically in solving both theoretical and experimental problems in the areas of General, Organic, Analytical, and Physical Chemistry.
Qualitative and Quantitative Laboratory Skills
- Chemistry majors should be able to safely design and conduct an experiment using appropriate labware and instrumentation, collect and analyze data, properly document procedures and data, identify sources of error, interpret results and make relevant connections to other areas in chemistry and other science disciplines.
- Chemistry majors should be able to clearly articulate experimental and theoretical chemical concepts and conclusions in both written and oral format.