The Chemistry Department consists of seven full time faculty, four temporary adjunct faculty, a lab manager and an office manager. Several undergraduate degree programs exist including a program approved by the American Chemical Society. The ACS-approved program requires that the department as a whole also meet certain national standards.
The department graduates 10-15 majors per year. These graduates go into various professional programs including chemistry graduate schools and medical and dental schools. Many are employed in industrial chemistry and government laboratories.
The chemistry program prepared me well for what was to come: medical school, residency and pediatrics. And I felt that the entire department cared about me as a student and as a person.
The chemistry department advises: (1) those students majoring or minoring in chemistry and its related programs or concentrations such as forensic science, teaching, or biochemistry and (2) those students in the preprofessional programs of prepharmacy, predentistry and predental hygiene, and premedicine.
Dr. Brennan advises prepharmacy and forensic chemistry students. Dr. Robertson is the advisor for premedicine. Dr. Sullivan advises students interested in predentistry and predental hygiene. Other faculty focus on the ACS, non-ACS, and secondary teaching chemistry majors. Descriptions of these programs are in the APSU bulletin and may be accessed using the links below.
We have also compiled Course Planning Guides (advising worksheets) which can help you see at a glance what courses are required in the various programs or concentrations in our department. A 4-yr plan of courses to be offered has also been developed.
Additional information about any of the chemistry or preprofessional programs may be obtained by contacting the chemistry department's office manager, Donna Liverett, at 931-221-7626 or by e-mail to email@example.com