THE PROGRAM:

Shepherd University offers a comprehensive program of courses and research opportunities in chemistry designed to prepare students for admission to graduate programs in biochemistry, chemistry, or medicine, or for employment in chemical or chemically-related industries.  The Department has five full-time professors and several part-time (adjunct) faculty.  There are typically about 40 chemistry majors in the program.  The Chemistry Department is housed in the recently finished Byrd Science Center and is very well equipped with modern instrumentation.

                               

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Faculty
Courses
Instruments
Chemistry Major
Student Awards
Sigma Pi Epsilon
Photos
Shepherd Homepage
Shepherd Admissions

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Home
Faculty
Courses
Instruments
Chemistry Major
Student Awards
Sigma Pi Epsilon
Photos
Shepherd Homepage
Shepherd Admissions
Chemistry Department | Shepherd University | P.O. Box 3210 Shepherdstown, WV | 25443-3210 | 304-876-5340 | 800-344-5231
Contact information: email Dr. Dan DiLella | Site maintained by
Dr. Lisa Park-Gehrke
WHY STUDY CHEMISTRY AT SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY?

 

THE GRADUATES:

Our graduates go on to become college and university professors of chemistry, researchers in chemistry and biochemistry, workers in environmental remediation, administrators at medical insurance companies, physicians, dentists, pharmacists, patent lawyers, and editors at scientific journals.  Many recent graduates from the Shepherd University Department of Chemistry have gone on to graduate and professional schools such as Penn State University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Maryland, West Virginia University, University of Delaware, Florida State University, North Carolina State University, University of Virginia, Ohio University, and Marshall School of Medicine.  We prepare our students for great careers!