The Chemistry Department at Emporia State University offers students an American Chemical Society approved BS major in chemistry, a masters degree, and BA degree options in environmental chemistry and biochemistry. The chemistry programs are suitable for individuals desiring employment by chemical industries, preparing for advanced degrees, or entering health related professional schools (medical, pharmacy, dental, optometry, chiropractic). For detailed information click on the chemistry degree programs link below.

OPEN FACULTY POSITION IN CHEMISTRY EDUCATION

OPEN FACULTY POSITION IN FORENSIC CHEMISTRY

Faculty

Chemistry Degree Programs

Biochemistry-Molecular Biology

Kansas Idea Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (K-INBRE)

What does a chemist do? 

For those considering a career in chemistry.

University Class Schedules and

2014-15 University Catalog

Master of Science in Forensic Science

(MSFS) Starting Fall 2015

Map of ESU - Use to find the chemistry building.

Outcomes Assessment Goals:

What are students learning and what skills do they acquire?

Physical Sciences, Chemistry

International student information.

Use this link for application forms to ESU graduate programs. 

Scholarships and Assistantships

American Chemical Society

National, Regional, Local, ACS Journals

Other Links

 


Summer workshop for High School Students

               

For more information about the chemistry programs or courses offered here at ESU,
contact Dr. Eric Trump,Phone (620) 341-5991, e-mail etrump@emporia.edu