College of Arts and Sciences
Through study of the nature and characteristics of substances and the changes they undergo, you’ll learn the building blocks of all materials.
- One of the premier research programs in nuclear and radiochemistry
- Facilities and laboratories provide hands-on experience
- Participate in undergraduate research guided by renowned faculty
- Owen Science and Engineering Library, housed on the Pullman campus, is the largest of its kind in the Pacific Northwest
- Join a math, science, and engineering residence hall in Pullman, where you can study with your neighbors, get free tutoring, and use the hall’s computer lab
- Chemistry Learning Center offers tutoring and study support for all general and organic chemistry students on the Pullman campus
Materials Chemistry focuses on the structure and properties of materials. (Pullman)
Professional Chemistry prepares students for a career in chemistry. (Pullman)
Standard Chemistry is a flexible pathway with options for interdisciplinary learning and pursuit of a secondary major. (Pullman)
Teaching prepares you for a teaching career in secondary education in chemistry and related sciences. (Pullman)
With a Chemistry degree, you can work in:
- Medical professions
- Science teaching
- Chemical engineering
- Industrial research and development
- Research chemistry
- Sales, marketing, and technical service
- Forensic science
- Science writing
WSU accepts credit from Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and CLEP exams, associate degrees, Running Start and more.
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Internships, Jobs, and Work-study
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