You can study the substances that affect our lives and follow your curiosity by using instrumental laboratory analytical and chromatography equipment in the chemistry program. Achieve your goal of a career in medicine, pharmacy, pharmaceutical research, or secondary education. The number of professional chemists has grown rapidly with the development of new industries and new areas of specialization. Pursue an Associate of Science at the Lake Campus only, Bachelor of Arts, or Bachelor of Science degree. The B.S. program includes American Chemical Society certification, dual major, and chemistry education options. Or, you can add a minor to your existing major. Also consider graduate work at Wright State, where you can earn a master of science.