Location: Chemistry & Physics Building, Room 130,
700 Planetarium Place, Arlington, TX 76019
Mailing address: P.O. Box 19065
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
WELCOME TO UTA CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY
The UTA Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry will prepare you for a rewarding career with our innovative education and world-class research programs. These programs are led by highly esteemed faculty and conducted in top-notch facilities which equip students for careers in industry, research, or academia. We have many specialized undergraduate degree programs that offer an excellent foundation in chemistry and biochemistry, and our graduate programs provide advanced training in a collaborative research environment which has the Carnegie Classification's highest rating: R1 Doctoral Universities – Very high research activity. Research and education go hand-in-hand and all students are encouraged to become active in research early in their academic careers.
Undergraduate Degree Programs
MajorsBachelor of Science in Chemistry
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
Bachelor of Science in Biological Chemistry
Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry
Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry with Secondary Chemistry Teacher Certification (UTeach)
Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry with Secondary Physical Science Teacher Certification (UTeach)
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering Fast-Track Program
Graduate Degree Programs
• Chemical Biology • Sustainable Chemistry • Molecular Design • Chemical Catalysis • Materials • Computational Chemistry • Separation Science
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