Endowed research opportunities, such as the Keift Scholars, and amazing lab equipment make our chemistry department unlike any others.
Work alongside your professors in the lab, classroom and research opportunities. They are there to support you.
Fun: a lab requirement. See also: safety glasses, notebook, etc.
Our department offers a hands-on curriculum rich in research opportunities and one-on-one student-faculty interactions. Our students get a solid foundation in chemistry, other physical sciences and mathematics. They learn how to use scientific literature and to communicate scientific information effectively.
Our courses encourage critical thinking; sharpen students’ quantitative skills; demonstrate cumulative aspects of chemistry principles; develop students’ analytical skills by using inquiry-based learning; and strengthen students’ scientific writing and presentation skills.
A Monmouth chemistry degree opens doors
With a solid background in chemistry and a liberal arts foundation, our graduates are prepared for a variety of fields. Our department is accredited by the American Chemical Society, and we offer a program to ACS certification upon graduation.
Ben Nelson '20, biology major and chemistry minor, is enrolled in Tuft University's graduate program in public health, focused on biostatistics and epidemiology.
The LeSuer Nature Preserve provides opportunities for field classes and research.
Rolling hills split by a small stream offer upland grassland, forest, riparian, and aquatic habitats for study. Restoration of the entire area to pre-settlement conditions, hello native prairie grass, provides abundant opportunities for student research. Water quality monitoring and aquatic ecology studies are also possible in the stream.
WPFS. MCTV. COIL. Courier. Radio station, TV station, literary magazine, student newspaper.
Whether you’re passionate about a career in journalism or just have a natural sense of curiosity, we offer rich opportunities on our campus to explore the possibilities.
With a student-operated campus radio station, professional television studio, literature and arts magazine, and student-run newspaper, our students utilize their resources to learn technical, media-centric skills.