The Catholic University of America

B.S. Degree in Chemical Physics

Dr. Cynthia  Brewer, Advising Coordinator
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An undergraduate program of concentration designed to meet the increasing need for scientists with strong background in both chemistry and physics. The chemical physics program is administered by an interdepartmental committee between (Chemistry and Physics). Further information can be obtained from the chair of the Department of Chemistry.

Chemical physics concentrators will be encouraged to participate in the ongoing chemical physics research at the University.

Suggested Sequence of Courses for Chemical Physics

Prerequisites: CHEM 103, 113, 104, 114,203,213,; PHYS 215,216,225,226; MATH 121, 122, 221,222.

Required: CHEM 351, 351, 531; PHYS 535, 536; CHEM 535 536, or PHYS 531, 532; three additional courses in chemistry, physics, or mathematics.