More than 99 percent of recent graduates from the Department of Chemistry are either attending graduate school or working full time in a related field.

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Junior Carder Labrake talks about his decision to study Basic Chemistry at the University of Evansville.

Basic Chemistry

The basic chemistry major at the University of Evansville provides students with the opportunity to study the "central science" of chemistry while also pursuing one of the many other disciplines that are enriched by it. For this reason, many basic chemistry students pursue a double major, earning a second degree in a related field like biology, environmental science, or archaeology.

Alumni from this program often use the skills they gain here as the building blocks in preparation for medical, dental, or professional schools.