​​Chemistry​​​​​​​​ Degree

Whether your college graduation goal is to enter the workforce or pursue an advanced degree, our chemistry degree will provide an excellent foundation. Careers in chemistry span many industries including health care, agriculture, food chemistry and oil and petroleum.

Professional chemists can be employed in the following areas:

  • Analytical chemistry

  • Chemical education

  • Chemical sales and marketing

  • Consumer products

  • Environmental chemistry

  • Food and flavor chemistry

  • Science writing

  • Hazardous waste management           

  • Forensic chemistry

Chemistry/Pre-Medicine Option

A career as a physician requires scientific and medical knowledge as well as a caring and compassionate personality. An option for students interested in a medical career is the chemistry major. Students majoring in chemistry are encouraged to take additional courses in biology to gain the knowledge needed for entrance into medical schools.

Our Faculty

Many faculty members work with colleagues in all disciplines and often invite students to participate in research projects. Areas of UF faculty expertise include: organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry and biochemistry. Participation in research projects allows UF students to share their discoveries with others through presentations or poster sessions at the University’s Symposium on Scholarship and Creativity or at regional or national American Chemical Society (ACS) conferences.

Facilities and equipment

Potential chemistry students visiting The University of Findlay campus tour our fully-equipped general, organic and analytical chemistry laboratories.

Pictured: 400MHz nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer (shared with the College of Pharmacy)

Click here to learn more about the equipment and facilities students use for undergraduate research in our chemistry program.

For more information, contact admissions@findlay.edu.