Let's go smaller. And bigger.
Considering a big research institution with huge classes taught by grad students? Or thinking about a private university with only a handful of chemistry faculty?
There is another option: Calvin.
As an undergraduate chemistry student, you’ll conduct chemistry research alongside topnotch faculty. And your labs won’t look like they did in high school. Your research will confront real-world challenges like diabetes and environmental sustainability. You will work with other curious students in a community that is serious about chemistry and faith. That’s a pretty big impact for your undergraduate education.
EXPLORE DEGREES IN Chemistry and Biochemistry
Looking to stretch yourself further? Find even more collaboration and academic depth in one of Calvin’s two distinct honors programs.
Planning to go to med school?
Calvin chemistry and biochemistry graduates excel in medical careers. Students receive top-tier awards like the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and score well above average on the MCAT. Learn why a chemistry or biochemistry degree is a perfect fit for Calvin’s pre-med program.
With over 100 majors and programs, you’re bound to find something you love.
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Learn why Calvin’s dedication to faith and discovery have earned it the rank of #3 among regional midwest universities.