The Physical Sciences department provides training in a Christian environment, preparing students for teaching careers, research and graduate studies in physical sciences and engineering.
This major develops students’ understanding and application of topics at the interface of chemistry and biology, with a focus on problems where chemistry has made a strong contribution to the understanding of biological system mechanisms.
This major develops students’ understanding and application of fundamental concepts including chemical reactions, stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical bonding, changes in state and the periodic table.
This major is no longer available for new students. This program has been replaced with Biology: Ecology.
In addition to general and organic chemistry, chemistry minors are exposed to one more sub-discipline of chemistry.