When students graduate from the University of Evansville's Department of Chemistry, they move on to one of three places: professional school, graduate school or the work force.
2008 graduate Megan Farley talks about how her UE degree prepared her for her job at Red Spot Paint Paint & Varnish Company.
During their four years at the University of Evansville, students will receive the tools they need to succeed after graduation, whether they seek post-graduate education or work in a chemistry-related field. But don't just take our word for it; look at the numbers. More than 96 percent of UE Chemistry graduates currently are either in a professional school (such as medical school, dental school, or veterinary school), graduate school, or working in a chemistry-related job - a result of their own hard work in mastering a challenging curriculum, paired with the faculty support and experiential opportunities that give UE's chemistry students a leg up on the competition.
You can also learn about how UE's Department of Chemistry prepares students for success after graduation from the people who know best: Our alumni. Click the images above to hear about how the UE Experience prepared Meagan Farley and Skyler Smith for their careers practicing and teaching chemistry.