The Study of Transformation

As a chemistry major, you will engage in a challenging curriculum led by industry-leading chemists, while working in facilities with cutting-edge lab equipment. Prepare for a career with pharmaceutical companies, work with healthcare professionals or conduct research on international frontier science and technology. You will develop complex analytical thinking and research skills, elevate your communication skills and work in a collaborative environment preparing you for an in demand career. Your studies will include physical sciences, organic chemistry, and inorganic chemistry to fully develop your knowledge.

The C-SC Difference

Our low faculty to student ratio provides individualized instruction. Develop close relationships with professors who will work with you one-on-one throughout your four years. You will have research opportunities, with faculty as your mentor during your time at Culver-Stockton College.

My time at Culver-Stockton has created many opportunities. My professors were always encouraging and provided me the resources to succeed both in my classes and after graduation. I’m grateful for my experiences at Culver-Stockton, where I have always felt the support of my classmates and professors.

– Emily Diaz ’22

What can I do with a Chemistry Degree?

Professional Schools: Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Veterinary, etc.
Graduate Programs
Chemical Companies and Research Scientist
Pharmaceutical Companies
Research Institutes
Environmental Health and Water Safety
Quality Control
Patent Examiner
Forensic Scientist
Toxicologist

In each of the past

4 years

we have had a student accepted to the Kansas City University Medicine and Biosciences.

Beyond the Classroom

  • Student Experiences
    • Science club
    • Domestic and international Travel Study courses (Egypt, China, Spain)
    • Role-playing and research simulations
  • Professional Experiences
    • Exploratory and Professional Internships Networking with companies
    • Professional presentations on campus

Information About Our Minors

Students majoring in the other sciences may choose a Chemistry minor to enhance their resume. Criminal justice majors may also select a Chemistry minor if they have an interest in forensic investigations.