After Graduation

Graduates from the Department of Chemistry at Grove City College are prepared to excel in top graduate, medical and professional programs as well as gain competitive positions in a wide range of professional sectors. Recent graduates have pursued graduate degrees at:

     • Harvard University
     • University of Virginia
     • Purdue University
     • Penn State University
     • Montana State University
     • Rutgers University
     • University of Florida
     • Texas A&M University
     • Iowa State University
     • Tulane University
     • Loyola University – Chicago
     • Vanderbilt University
     • Texas Tech University
     • University of Pittsburgh
     • Duquesne University
     • Scripps Research Institute – Florida
     • University of Colorado
     • Carnegie Mellon University
     • Stanford University
     • University of Rochester

Other alumni have attended medical and/or schools such as:

     • University of Virginia
     • West Virginia University
     • University of Cincinnati
     • University of Pittsburgh
     • University of Kentucky
     • Temple University
     • Georgetown University
     • Penn State University
     • Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
     • Drexel University
     • Wake Forest University
     • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
     • Commonwealth College of Medicine
     • Tufts University

Other grads have received doctorates in Pharmacy from:

     • University of Pittsburgh
     • Ohio State University
     • Northeast Ohio College of Medicine
     • Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
     • Vanderbilt University

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Undergraduate Research Opportunities in Chemistry

​The Department of Chemistry at Grove City College offers students the academic freedom to conduct meaningful, relevant research alongside experienced and accomplished faculty.

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Current Students

Every student’s story is different, and how you choose to take advantage of the numerous opportunities to learn, grow and flourish is up to you.

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After their sophomore and junior years, many students participate in summer internships at a broad spectrum of universities and industrial research laboratories.

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B.S. in Biochemistry

​The Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry prepares students for further training in health professions (medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, etc.), graduate work in the biomedical sciences or employment in the biotechnology sector.

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Minor in Chemistry

​​A minor in chemistry requires 24 hours of coursework. This includes a 16-credit hour chemistry core and eight credit hours of electives chosen from approved chemistry courses.

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Related Resources

Recommended resources by the Department of Chemistry faculty at Grove City College

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