Explore the Molecular Sciences
What jobs can you do with a
A degree in chemistry will prepare you for a variety of professional career paths, such as:
Medicine and Health-Related Industries
Research in Forensics and Government Entities
Chemical Engineering and Manufacturing
Drug and Food Testing
Chemistry Teaching and Instruction
Explore many more career opportunities:
What’s the Difference at DWU?
• With a low student-to-faculty ratio, you’ll receive personal attention that will strengthen and develop your understanding of chemistry.
• Unique opportunities for independent research and internships will be available to you, including opportunities on and off campus.
You’ll study elements of the world, the composition and behavior of matter and how it undergoes chemical change. Plus, you have an opportunity to present your research at DWU’s Capstone Day.
BIO 120 Principles of Biology I
BIO 120L Principles of Biology I Lab
CHM 164 University Chemistry
CHM 166 University Chemistry Lab
CHM 231 Organic Chemistry
CHM 231L Organic Chemistry I Lab
CHM 310 Inorganic Chemistry
CHM 323 Analytical Chemistry
CHM 331 Organic Chemistry I
CHM 332 Organic Chemistry II
CHM 341 Biochemistry I
CHM 360 Physical Chemistry
CHM 403 Research in Chemistry
MTH 210 Calculus I
MTH 225 Advanced Calculus for Scientists
PHS 260 University Physics I
PHS 260L University Physics I Lab
PHS 270 University Physics II
PHS 270L University Physics II Lab
Get to Know Your Professors
Learn chemistry from our experienced professors! Our low student-to-teacher ratio offers valuable
Bethany Melroe Lehrman, Ph.D.
Paula Mazzer, Ph.D.
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Through the Dakota Wesleyan department of chemistry and physical sciences,
five branches of chemistry are available to you.
Chemistry is available as a major or minor. You’ll have opportunities to diversify
your academic career with electives in biology, chemistry and math.