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The Division of Natural Sciences and Engineering (NSE) offers Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees in
Engineering Technology Management. A Forensic Science Concentration is an option for Chemistry majors. Minors are offered in Biology and in Chemistry.
In addition, NSE offers many
Pre-Professional Options as advisement tracks such as pre-medical, pre-physical therapy, pre-optometry and pre-pharmacy. Courses are offered in the areas of astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology and physics to support NSE majors and general education. A variety of undergraduate research opportunities and internships are also supported.
Kelly Hall, a chemistry undergraduate student in the research group of Dr. Anselm Omoike, was the winner of an FACSS Student Poster Award at the SciX 2014 Conference in Reno, Nevada. She received a certificate and a cash award of $200.00. The SciX (Scientific eXchange) Conference is organized by the
Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS) and provides an international forum for the exchange of the most relevant and cutting-edge research in analytical chemistry and spectroscopy. Kelly's research was titled "Recyclable Magnetic Manganese Oxide Coated Nanoparticles: The Effect of Mode of Reagent Addition." She is expected to graduate in May 2015 and continue on to a bright future in the chemistry field.
Division ChairJeannie Chapman, Ph.D.Phone: 864-503-5768
Administrative AssistantLisa MillerPhone: 864-503-5725
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