Students completing any of the four undergraduate chemistry major programs* will:
know the standard technical information and be able to perform experimental techniques of general, organic, analytical and physical chemistry.
be able to speak and write clearly in the language and style of the discipline.
demonstrate quantitative problem-solving skills. This includes having a firm foundation in the fundamentals and applications of the necessary mathematics, physics and statistics as it applies to experimental design and data analysis.
be able to use computers and the discipline specific software.
be able to retrieve and critically analyze chemical literature.
be aware of current health and safety protocols that are an integral part of the discipline.
be able to work effectively in group situations
*The Teaching Chemistry Major has additional student outcomes as determined by the Science Education Program.