A degree in chemistry prepares students to succeed in a wide variety of career areas, such as medicine, molecular biology, biotechnology, geochemistry, materials science, chemical oceanography, pharmacy, the textile industry, high school teaching, government research, chemical and pharmaceutical sales, and chemical engineering. Some chemistry graduates become research chemists, while others choose to become radiologists, medical technologists, hospital administrators, high school chemistry teachers, college professors, environmental specialists, medical doctors, dentists, optometrists, or patent lawyers. The opportunities are virtually limitless. Please select links below for additional information.
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