Why Should you be a Chemistry Major at ECU?
Check out the video below to find out!
How to Declare A Chemistry Major:
Click on the “Chemistry Major Declaration Form” link below to complete the form.
Please fill out ALL blanks listed and choose between the following degrees:
- BA Chemistry
- BS Chemistry
- BS Biochemistry – Chemistry concentration
Do you have a question about registration or advising?
Click on the “Registration & Advisor Information” link or “Registration FAQ” link below.
There you will find out information about who to contact for advising questions and the registration help form.
Are you looking for information about graduation?
Click on the “Graduation” link below.
We are currently preparing for the Spring 2020 graduation season. The information you will find if for all those graduating in Spring, Summer, and Fall 2020.
More information about our program!
The Department of Chemistry offers two undergraduate degrees that develop skills needed for jobs in a variety of fields including:
- Homeland security and defense
Our BS and BA graduates often continue on to graduate and professional programs like:
- Graduate school in chemistry, biochemistry, and structural biology
- Medical school
- Dental school
- Pharmacy school
For more information on the jobs available to chemistry graduates, visit ECU’s Career Center and the ACS Careers web site run by the American Chemical Society. Need help with resume writing, job searching, and interviewing? The Career Center staff can help.
To learn more about our undergraduate program, use the links at left. If you have further questions, contact:
Ms. Lisa Bennett, Director of Undergraduate Studies
416 Science and Technology Building