As a chemistry major, you’ll study matter. You’ll learn what matter is made of, how it operates, and how to manipulate it to improve our world. Chemistry students spend time in the classroom and in the laboratory experimenting according to the scientific method, practicing titrations, exploring different chemicals, reporting findings (writing and speaking professionally), and ultimately, learning how to draw meaningful conclusions from empirical, scientific data. Chemistry instructors will also challenge your creativity, pushing you to make keen observations about the world, to imagine new ways to alter its chemistry, and to develop controlled experiments to test your hypotheses.
Successful chemistry students have solid mathematical skills, from algebra to calculus, and a passion for studying the natural world. In modern-day chemistry work, computing skills are also increasingly helpful for using industry software, designing digital models, creating reports, and other digital practices. Chemistry degrees apply to a wide range of fields, including pharmaceuticals as one of the most demanding industries, as well as biotechnology, engineering, electronics/computing, alternative energy, and research. Many chemistry students find work in government agencies, such as the EPA and the DEA. Local municipal departments also need chemists to evaluate drinking water, identify unknown substances, and much more.
The University of Texas at Arlington offers 3 Chemistry, General degree programs. It's a very large, public, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 37 Chemistry, General students graduated with students earning 18 Bachelor's degrees, 15 Doctoral degrees, and 4 Master's degrees.
Texas Christian University offers 3 Chemistry, General degree programs. It's a large, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 16 Chemistry, General students graduated with students earning 8 Bachelor's degrees, and 8 Doctoral degrees.
Southern Methodist University offers 3 Chemistry, General degree programs. It's a large, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large suburb. In 2019, 19 Chemistry, General students graduated with students earning 16 Bachelor's degrees, 2 Doctoral degrees, and 1 Master's degree.
University of North Texas offers 3 Chemistry, General degree programs. It's a very large, public, four-year university in a midsize city. In 2019, 69 Chemistry, General students graduated with students earning 47 Bachelor's degrees, 17 Doctoral degrees, and 5 Master's degrees.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|The University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, TX||45 : 1||48,635|
|Texas Christian University Fort Worth, TX||15 : 1||11,024|
|Southern Methodist University Dallas, TX||16 : 1||11,824|
|University of North Texas Denton, TX||34 : 1||39,336|
|University of Dallas Irving, TX||17 : 1||2,481|
|Texas A & M University-Commerce Commerce, TX||31 : 1||12,109|
|Texas Woman's University Denton, TX||35 : 1||15,886|
|Misericordia University Dallas, PA||17 : 1||2,503|
|Southwestern Adventist University Keene, TX||15 : 1||687|
|Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, TX||19 : 1||2,276|