Undergraduate major and minor, teaching major and minor; M.S., and Ph.D. in Chemistry. The undergraduate program offers a standard chemistry major, a biochemical option, and the Course in Chemistry with an American Chemical Society-approved curriculum. The graduate program offers specialization in analytical, organic, inorganic, or physical chemistry, as well as biochemistry; beginning doctoral students must show proficiency in the first four of these. A doctoral option is an interdisciplinary specialty in biogeochemistry, in cooperation with Biology, Geosciences, and the UWS/UWM Great Lakes Water Institute.
Sub-specialties include organometallic chemistry, chemical and statistical thermodynamics, colloid and interface chemistry, electrochemistry, free radical chemistry, quantum chemistry, surface chemistry, and NMR spectroscopy.
English; some German and other European languages.
Chemistry participates in the UWS/UWM Great Lakes Water Institute and the Laboratory for Surface Studies, both UW Regents Centers of Excellence.
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