Academics
Areas of Study

Overview

Our Chemistry programs include two undergraduate degrees and one minor. Chemistry faculty and staff work directly with students to create programs that meet their needs and interests. Students have the classes and research opportunities to build the foundation for a successful career in forensics, environmental studies, pharmaceuticals, chemical engineering, energy, and more.

Areas of Study

Undergraduate

B.A. in Chemistry

Our Chemistry undergraduate programs teach the basics of chemistry in addition to advanced fields such as biochemistry, organic chemistry, and analytical chemistry. Students can choose between two programs of study....

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B.S. in Chemistry

Our Chemistry undergraduate programs teach the basics of chemistry in addition to advanced fields such as biochemistry, organic chemistry, and analytical chemistry. Students can choose between two programs of study....

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Minor in Chemistry

Our minor program provides students interested in chemistry with the opportunity to develop a fundamental understanding of the field. Students will complete 15 credits of chemistry electives where they can...

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B.A. / B.S. in Education - Science Specialization (CHE, BIO, MATH)

Students who are majoring in biology, chemistry, and mathematics can also work their way toward full licensure in teaching and working with students in grades 6-12.

Specialize in Secondary Education

Research

Center for Science and Technology Research (CSTR)
Gallaudet University’s $1.2 million Center for Science and Technology Research sponsors undergraduate research during the school year for course credit and internship.

Programs

Chemistry & Physics Program
Gallaudet's Chemistry & Physics Program offers a variety of undergraduate research project opportunities during the academic year and paid summer internships.
Gallaudet Pre-Med Track
Our Pre-Medicine Program prepares students for medical, dental, pharmacy, veterinary, or other health-related careers. Students in the program will benefit from one-on-one advising, internships, and research opportunities as they prepare for the MCATs. Students can also sign up for MCAT prep classes through Gallaudet for additional preparation.

Opportunities

Students who graduate from our chemistry programs will have demonstrated working knowledge of chemistry, lab work, analyzing and presenting data, and the ability to evaluate research literature. Students will have also gained invaluable experience working in labs both on and off-campus and participating in the deaf and hard of hearing community at Gallaudet and in Washington, D.C.

Faculty and Staff

Program Director

Daniel Lundberg

Professor/Biology and Chemistry Program Director

Faculty and Staff

Paul Sabila
Chemistry

Professor/CSTR Director

Tugba Kucukkal
Chemistry

Associate Professor

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