This program is designated. The job market demand for graduates in STEM programs is continuously growing. Dyson is not only committed to giving you the education but also the experience you need to become qualified to meet that demand. Learn more about the benefits of STEM at Pace University.
The BS in Chemistry is certified by the American Chemical Society. A prestigious seal of approval by the world’s chemists, this accreditation establishes Pace as one of the nation’s foremost universities and colleges in the field of chemical and physical sciences.
The study of chemistry is both challenging and rewarding. At its essence, chemistry is a central science offering a wide range of career options. In the Department of Chemistry and Physical Sciences on Pace University’s Pleasantville campus, professors are actively involved in research in the areas of nanotechnology, environmental science, and physical chemistry. Through prudent selection of elective courses, in consultation with faculty advisors, chemistry majors may choose a specialization in a pre-professional course of study, such as pre-med. The Dyson Hall of Science, a state-of-the-art multidisciplinary science research and education facility in the Pleasantville campus, was recently renovated to include the creation of more integrated research and teaching spaces, and updated experimentation equipment.
We are committed to Pace’s tradition of excellent teaching, scholarly growth and service, while providing a nurturing environment for our students. Pace University’s motto of Opportunitas is central to our teaching philosophy. We apply this principle to prepare our students to possess the critical and analytical thinking skills, the creative minds, scientific and instrumentation competency, and the specialized abilities to perform proficiently and confidently in the world of science. We not only want to ensure students learn what they need to be successful scientists and citizens of today’s world, but also to instill in them the ability to continuously learn and evolve as professionals, so that they may continue to grow with the ever-expanding knowledge of the 21st century.