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 |



Math and Science News

Masks in class November 3, 2020

LMU to Continue Seated Classes For Spring Semester

Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) President Clayton Hess announced today the decision to continue seated courses and the on-campus experience for the Spring 2021 semester. Social distancing and enhanced safety practices, including wearing masks, will continue for students, faculty and staff, with limited events and visitors allowed on campus during the spring semester.

wildlifesocietytrailupkeep October 23, 2020

Wildlife Society Spruces Up Campus Trail

The Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) Wildlife Society students completed their fall service project cleaning up the overgrown hiking trail near the LMU water tower.

DarrowHallFowler October 22, 2020

Faculty Recognized for Transparent Instruction Methods

Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) recognized faculty efforts in implementing the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), designed to increase student success through more transparent instruction methods.