Chemistry research and developments, from advanced technology to modern medicine, stand at the forefront of science, technology, engineering, and math’s (STEM) progression in the 21st century. Committed to helping you learn more about these areas and take the next step toward your career in science, Taylor University’s Chemistry program is certified by the American Chemical Society and the only Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) university in Indiana with ACS certification.
As a Taylor Chemistry major, you will explore concepts and theories of analytical, organic, inorganic, computational, and physical chemistry and biochemistry, while cultivating skills in calculus and physics. Additionally, you will develop the necessary skills to apply your chemical knowledge to prevalent scientific issues.
Taylor offers numerous chemistry research opportunities that build resumes and count toward academic credit, providing you with firsthand experiences you’ll need to succeed as a chemist or chemistry graduate student. Some grant programs, such as Taylor's Faculty Mentored Undergraduate Scholarship program, pay students to do research projects during the summer or academic year and gain hands-on experience with spectroscopic, spectrometric, electrochemical, chromatographic, and hybrid analytical instrumentations.
Students interested in course descriptions and academic policies can check out our Undergraduate Catalog here.
The Foundational Core classes will give you a big-picture view of how your calling connects with God's purpose for your life, engaging with ideas that will demonstrate how God has given you certain talents and skills to bring healing to the world. You’ll become a well-versed individual, equipped with critical thinking skills, a lifelong love of learning, and an appreciation for God's creation.
Start your research career as an undergrad. Faculty and student researchers are working to find a vaccine for malaria, the most deadly disease in the world, especially for the developing world. Another project in Chemistry is helping to find drug candidates for treating Parkinson’s disease.
Whether your future holds graduate school, pre-healthcare profession school, or direct entrance into a career, Taylor has a great record of success. Nearly 100% of chemistry graduates find fulfilling and well-compensated chemistry careers. Chemistry students looking to pursue further education can attend graduate schools at little to no cost to them.