I am the faculty advisor for students majoring in Chemistry with a Business Concentration.
Chemistry Major with Business Concentration (Liberal Studies, Science and Allied Health) — 57 credits, including CHM 103, 104, 301, 303, 304, 305, 309, 313, ECO 110, 120, ACC 221, 222, FIN 355, MKT 309, MGT 308, 408 and electives in chemistry except CHM 100, 300 and 320. (Note: The chemistry major with business concentration fulfills the College of Science and Allied Health core requirement for a major and a minor)
Sample schedule for a Chemistry-Business major.
Due to the large number of courses from various departments, as well as the sequential nature of most of these courses, it is recommended that anyone who is considering a Chemistry-Business degree contact me as soon as possible.
Students graduating with a Chemistry-Business degree have a wide range of employment opportunities available to them upon graduation. In general, companies specializing in chemical manufacuring or research and development operate on a dual track system. These students are prepared to enter a company through either the technical track (analyst, bench chemist, research scientist, etc.) or the business track (sales, marketing, management/HR, etc.). So chemistry-business majors automatically have more doors open to them in such companies than those with a Chemistry degree only (or just a Business Degree). As ones career progresses, he/she may continue along the same track that they entered or they may find themselves transferring to the other track (or some combination of the two) as opportunities arise. If you have questions, or would like to discuss this degree option further, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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