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Why Choose Chemistry at Stockton
Post-graduation fates of CHEM/BCMB majors
- Professional schools
- Ph.D. programs
- Chemistry, Biological Chemistry
- Middle or high school teacher
- Laboratory-based employment
- Pharmaceuticals, chemical industry, forensics, biotechnology, governmental agencies
- How many graduates?
- Chemistry averages 10 a year and BCMB about 20
- How many faculty members?
- There are 15 faculty members in the Chemistry program
(12 full time and three part time)
- Who teaches classes?
- All lecture classes taught by Ph.D. level faculty members
- No graduate students that teach
- Adjuncts in chemistry only teach laboratory sections that cannot be covered by faculty
- Class sizes?
- First four chemistry classes: Maximum of 40 students in lecture and 20 in laboratory
- For the upper level classes no more than 35
What are the opportunities for using laboratory instruments and equipment?
- All instruments and equipment in the laboratories are available for undergraduate use
- Advanced instrumentation often used in teaching laboratories
All CHEM and BCMB majors complete a senior project
- Research done in conjunction with a faculty mentor on campus or as an off-campus internship
- Can span multiple semesters for credit or non-credit
- Graduating seniors present research at Senior Research Symposium at the end of each semester
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