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Undergraduate Degree

Colorado State University-Pueblo Student working in a chemistry lab

Expected Student Outcomes

Chemistry graduates are expected to:

  • Understand the concept of and be able to apply the scientific method to problem solution;
  • Understand classifications of chemical compounds, general reaction types and quantitative aspects of stoichiometry as applied to chemical reactions;
  • Apply basic knowledge of related fields such as mathematics and physics to problem solving, methods of analysis and use of numerical data in the chemical sciences;
  • Demonstrate a knowledge of basic laboratory skills, methods and equipment used in chemistry for observation and analysis of chemical systems;
  • Read, think and write critically and review current literature in the chemical sciences; and
  • Exhibit a comprehensive knowledge of the fundamental theories, concepts and skills necessary in the chemical sciences.

Undergraduate Degree(s)

The Chemistry department offers a B.S. in Chemistry, and a minor in Chemistry:

Within this major, students ma​y choose several emphasis areas, depending upon their interests:

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Student Instructions

Students using a microscope int eh Chemistry department with Professor Dr. Chad Kinney

The Chemistry Department at CSU-Pueblo is an Approved Program by the American Chemical Society (ACS). An ACS Certified degree option is one of the seven degree emphasis areas offered by the Department.

Chemistry Department

Faculty and Staff

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