Jack Clinton Bailey, II, Chair
Associate Professor (1999)
Assistant Professor (1997)
Assistant Professor (2009)
Assistant Professor (2010)
Dale A. Rosado, Jr.
Assistant Professor (2011)
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry offers courses to meet the needs of three types of students: those who are non-science majors, but who desire the subject for its cultural and educational values, and for meeting the science requirement for graduation (CHE 141 - General Chemistry I and CHE 142 - General Chemistry II or CHE 111 - Chemistry in American Life I and CHE 112 - Chemistry in American Life II will meet this requirement); those who plan to enter the professional schools of medicine, medical technology, nursing, dentistry, pharmacy, or allied health; and those who plan to enter graduate school for further study, or to enter the field of industrial chemistry.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is committed to offering the best chemistry education possible by maintaining an active and integrated research program, by using modern laboratory experiences with current instrumentation, and by providing an inclusive, supportive, and professional environment which allows and encourages students to develop to their full potential.
Students are responsible for equipment broken in the laboratory. Cost of the material broken must be paid for before examinations can be taken.
By invitation of the Honors Council; see Honors Program section of Undergraduate Catalog.
CoursesChemistry and Biochemistry