Consider how much chemistry is around you and in you. Are you curious about how it all works—how medication is discovered and synthesized, how your cell phone works, or what will happen to the snack you ate?
Majoring in chemistry at Immaculata will allow you to explore the answers to these questions and will equip you to conduct research that illuminates how the world works. You'll learn the principles of chemical composition and theories about why matter behaves the way it does. You can then develop questions of your own, formulate hypotheses, design experiments, solve problems, and gain a better understanding of the material world.
Chemistry at Immaculata is practical as well as theoretical. You'll gain hands-on experience in the laboratory under the guidance of a faculty member. And you'll study examples of chemical principles in everyday life, and see how chemistry applies to current social concerns.