Chemical Physics

 Chemical Physics

Chemical Physics majors explore modern physics and electronics as well as the core areas of chemistry — organic, inorganic, analytical, physical and biochemistry. Engaged course experiences and faculty-mentored independent research opportunities are the hallmarks of the Chemical Physics program. Students work alongside professors in LMU’s 140,000 square-foot state-of-the-art Hamilton Math and Science building. Students in the Secondary Teacher Education Licensure Program graduate well-prepared to address the growing nationwide demand for middle school and/or high school teachers in the STEM areas



  •  Major Highlights

     Great opportunities for employment in industry

    Faculty-mentored independent research opportunities

    Graduate exceptionally well-prepared to enter graduate school

    Ability to obtain certification in physics and chemistry teaching at the secondary level


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For more information about Chemical Physics , please contact:
Dr. Kevin Cooper | 423.869.7156 |



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