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The American Chemical Society guidelines for professional training are the basis for the chemistry curriculum. Courses in general, inorganic, organic, analytical and physical chemistry form the framework of the program. In addition, courses in biochemistry, environmental chemistry, and advanced topics are offered regularly.


Students are expected to attend lectures, participate in laboratory work and become involved in research. Because chemistry plays a central role in all scientific disciplines the choice of careers of the B.S. chemist is almost limitless.


AQ Chemistry Society Recognized by National Chapter


The Aquinas Chemistry Society (ACS) was one of five Michigan schools to receive a Commendable Chapter award from the American Chemical Society and one of two Michigan schools to be recognized with a Green Chapter Award. Students from the Aquinas chapter were honored this spring at the American Chemical Society’s national meeting in Denver. >Read More


The Aquinas Chemistry Society is a student chapter of the American Chemical Society. >More About the Chapter

Mission Statement

The mission of the chemistry department at Aquinas College is to provide students with knowledge of chemistry befitting their goals: for the general education students that they become literate in basic chemistry; and for the science major students that they possess the knowledge and skills necessary for them to succeed in their post-baccalaureate careers.