Small class sizes with knowledgeable faculty, summer research projects, and TA opportunities were all available to me - opportunities which gave me an edge coming into graduate school."
Chris Kliewer ('06), Ph.D. University of California-Berkeley
These majors also provide academic course work for careers in Forensics or Pharmacy.
Scott McArthur - University of California, Riverside, PhD Chemistry program
Andrew Launder - University of Georgia, PhD Chemistry program
Ian Powers - University of Purdue, PhD Chemistry program
Austin Rowland - Oregon State University Veterinary School
The chemistry department of George Fox University is committed to providing students with a superior education in a caring and supportive environment. At George Fox, you will find small class sizes, academic rigor, and fellow students who enjoy learning and are supportive of one another. The quality of chemistry offered at George Fox University is evident when you look at the record of our graduates, who have achieved success at some of the nation's top graduate and professional schools and in the job market.
The chemistry department is equipped to train you in the fundamentals of the chemical sciences. We offer a wide range of courses that provide the intellectual foundation needed for you to pursue a variety of career options. The department offers many opportunities for students to be actively involved in chemistry. In the classroom there are opportunities to be a chemistry teaching assistant and pursue chemical research.
We believe that our world needs professionals of strong character, maturity, and Christian commitment who are prepared to provide moral and ethical leadership to our increasingly technological world. George Fox University, because it offers an excellent education centered in Jesus Christ, can help you develop the necessary skills to have a positive impact on society.
Prospective students can also get information about our chemistry major on our undergraduate admissions site.
For further information, please contact Dr. Carlisle Chambers, Chair, Department of Biology and Chemistry