As a chemistry major graduating from LMU, you'll be prepared for continued study at health professional and graduate schools. You may also pursue a career as a health care professional, professional chemist, high school educator or industrial chemist. Our graduates have a 100% employment rate for educators and high placement rates for graduate and professional programs.
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Faculty Mentored independent research opportunities
High Placement rates into professional programs such as Pharmacy
100% employment rate for secondary educators
Median salar for Chemists and Material Scientists $78,330 (US Bureau of Labor and Statistics)
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Our students have gone on to conduct advanced research in Graduate and Professional Programs across the country. We have students attending the University of Kentucky Dental School, the University of the Appalachia School of Pharmacy and many more.
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The Cumberland Mountain Research Center (CMRC) is contributing to the Smithsonian Institution and their SNAPSHOTUSA project for eMammal. This research represents a collaboration of wildlife biologists from all 50 states gathering trail camera data to measure mammalian biodiversity.
Over 500 undergraduates students named to the LMU Dean's List for the spring semester of 2021. To be placed on the Dean’s List, the student must be a full-time undergraduate and have a 3.5 or higher, grade-point average for the semester.
The current trend in new cases of COVID-19 in all of the LMU campus locations is very low. State and local regulations in all campus locations have been lifted to allow LMU to enter this next phase.