Chemistry touches every aspect of our lives. The study of the complex molecular world, a world that exists at the submicroscopic level, is a discipline of enormous scope. Chemical research has produced innovations in agriculture, industry, health care and consumer goods. Today, chemistry is concerned with developing processes and products that will be the least harmful to the environment.
If you choose to study Chemistry at Laurier, you will have the opportunity to work with professors who are noth devoted to teaching and active in research. The broad chemical principles learned are the basis of many of today's unique products, providing a foundation for a variety of career options.
Classroom and laboratory time are balanced to provide you with solid theoretical foundations and mastery of experimental techniques. Also, the small size of the department means there are plenty of opportunities to interact with faculty.
We offer several courses in mathematics, physics, chemistry and biochemistry to ensure you receive a comprehensive undergraduate education. You can also combine this degree with one of the following majors to earn your BSc:
The Canadian Society for Chemistry has accredited the thesis option of this program.
These are a few popular academic opportunities which allow you to dive deeper into your major area of study or broaden your knowledge:
Check out other options to enhance your degree.
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