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BS or BA degree with a major in Chemistry

Schreiner University offers courses leading to a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree and a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree with a major in Chemistry.

The chemistry program is committed to the liberal arts tradition with emphasis upon chemistry as an area of free inquiry. students in labStudents are not expected simply to master current chemistry knowledge. Rather, they are encouraged to understand chemistry as a dynamic body of knowledge. Methods of producing new knowledge and using concepts to further understanding are two major goals of the program.

A student with a B.A. degree in chemistry with additional work in biology will meet all the requirements for medical, dental, veterinary and pharmacy schools. A student with a B.S. degree in chemistry will be highly employable with a bachelors degree. Those students wishing to pursue graduate studies in chemistry are encouraged to follow the B.S. degree plan. The chemistry program includes courses and experiences that will give the student a wide variety of laboratory techniques that are essential for further investigations either in education or industry.

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Chemistry News
May 2017

The Department of Chemistry at Schreiner University attributes its success to the success of their students as evidenced by the number of students who graduate and go on to graduate school. This year alone the Department is proud to announce that three of their graduate students have been accepted into doctorate graduate programs in chemistry, with offers which include complete stipends and tuition waivers.

Lauren Seveney Camilla Anguiano

Photo left:  Lauren Seveney (BS in Biochemistry 2015) has been accepted to the Ph.D. program in chemistry at University of Rhode Island.

Photo right:  Camila Anguiano (BS Chemistry, 2017) has been accepted to the University of North Texas.


Samantha Scudder (BS in Chemistry 2016) has been accepted to Oklahoma State University (photo unavailable).


CHEMISTRY FACULTY

Trull School of Sciences and Mathematics
The faculty of the Trull School of Sciences and Mathematics attempt to instill appropriate knowledge and understanding in each discipline in the school in order for our graduates to read and comprehend material appropriate to their discipline. We seek to broadly train students in order that they are prepared to enter the workforce or be successful in graduate or professional school. The programs in this school are committed to the liberal arts tradition with emphasis on free inquiry. Students are not expected simply to master their discipline knowledge, but rather they are encouraged to understand their discipline as a dynamic body of knowledge. Methods of producing new knowledge and using concepts to further understanding are two major goals of the school.

Dr. Kim Arvidsson Arvidsson, Dr. Kim
Assistant Professor of Physics
Office:  Moody 209
(830) 792-7249  |  kdarvidsson@schreiner.edu
   
photo Axler, Keith
Adjunct Instructor of Chemistry
Office: Weir 215
(830) 792-7246 | kmaxler@schreiner.edu
   
photo Conway, Dr. Gregory
Adjunct of Chemistry
Office:  Moody 202A
(830) 377-9577  | gconway@schreiner.edu
   
Corrina Fox Fox, Corrina
Laboratory Instructor, Chemistry
Office: Moody 202B
(830) 792-7438  |  cdfox@schreiner.edu
   
Dr. Kiley Miller Miller, Dr. Kiley
Interim Dean, Trull School of Sciences & Mathematics
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Office:  Moody Science 217
(830) 792-7247  | kpmiller@schreiner.edu
   
Dr. Danette Vines Vines, Dr. Danette
Professor of Chemistry
Office:  Moody Science 202A
(830) 792-7447  |  drvines@schreiner.edu
   
photo Zapata, Adrian
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Office: Trull Science 124
(830) 792-7270  |  alzapata@schreiner.edu
   
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