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Declaring a Major in Chemistry or Multidisciplinary Studies (Forensic Science Concentration)


So you'd like to be a chemistry major?!  Here's how to declare.  


Fill out this form for BA or BS in Chemistry and this form for Multidisciplinary Studies (Forensic Science Concentration); e-mail it to Student Services Specialist Jessica Fulford (fulfordj@ecu.edu). She'll help you get an advisor in our department!

 

The Department of Chemistry offers two degrees that develop skills needed for jobs in a variety of fields including

  • Biotechnology
  • Healthcare
  • Forensics
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Homeland security and defense

Our BS and BA graduates often continue on to graduate and professional programs like

  • Graduate school in chemistry, biochemistry, and structural biology
  • Medical school
  • Dental school
  • Pharmacy school

For more information on the jobs available to chemistry graduates, visit ECU's Career Center and the ACS Careers web site run by the American Chemical Society.  Need help with resume writing, job searching, and interviewing?  The Career Center staff can help, and so can our own Dr. Keith Holmes, who has almost 30 years of work experience in the pharmaceutical industry.

 

To learn more about our undergraduate program, use the links at left.  If you have further questions, contact:

Dr. Art Rodriguez, Director of Undergraduate Studies

571 Science and Technology Building

rodriguezar@ecu.edu

(252) 328-9802