In every chemistry and biochemistry program at Calvin, you'll learn from expert faculty who are invested in your success.
You'll do research alongside your peers using state-of-the-art equipment. You'll gain the technical skills and practical experience needed for success in grad school, med school, and your career.
Explore the reactions that make life happen—and understand why it sometimes breaks down. Calvin grads have gone on to serve the world in fields like medicine, nutrition, and agriculture.
Master a field that affects almost every aspect of life and society. Calvin’s chemistry program will equip you for a variety of careers, from law to engineering to medicine.
Chemistry Secondary Education Major
Gain strong, in-depth preparation in chemistry to teach at a middle and high school level.
Answer pressing questions about human behavior. Gain insight into the human mind in this evolving field.
Environmental Science Major—Chemistry Emphasis
Learn how the environment works at the molecular level, and take your knowledge into a career in a huge and growing field.
Add a solid grounding in biochemistry to an engineering, science, or any other degree.
Any career plan can benefit from the critical thinking and problem-solving skills you'll gain through a chemistry minor.
Chemistry Secondary Education Minor
Equip yourself to teach chemistry at the secondary school level by adding this minor to a secondary education major.
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