How does the food you eat become energy? How is oxygen transported in your blood? How does aspirin cure headaches? How can hydrogen be used as a non-polluting fuel? How can we cure genetic diseases? How can we make new antibiotics to deal with bacteria becoming resistant to the old antibiotics?
These are just a few of the questions to which chemists have found answers or are continuing to investigate. If such questions pique your curiosity, Chemistry just my be a major for you.
Chemistry/Biochemistry degrees can help prepare you for a variety of careers, in addition to professional and graduate programs. See our Employment Career Opportunities page to learn more.
For further information, or to schedule an advising appointment contact the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at (909) 537-5318. If you would like to visit our office, we are located in the Chemical Sciences Building, Room 204.