Loyola University Maryland

Department of Chemistry

Curriculum

Students who complete all required courses in the program receive a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) certified by the American Chemical Society (ACS). Students planning to attend dental or medical school should take at least a minimum of BL118/BL119 and BL121/BL126 as elective courses. For students interested in graduate studies, MA304 and MA351 are recommended as elective courses. A biochemistry/molecular biology concentration within the Interdisciplinary Major in Biology/Chemistry is available to students planning careers in biochemistry. This concentration also provides students with a foundation for graduate studies in biochemistry, molecular, or cell biology. A chemistry minor is also available. CH110, CH112, CH113, CH114, and GL110 may be elected in partial fulfillment of the natural science core requirement for the non-natural science major.

Learn more about the programs offered:

For individual course descriptions, please visit the Loyola catalog.

Birgid Albrecht
Faculty

Birgit Albrecht, Ph.D.

Dr. Birgit Albrecht, Loyola's 2017 Distinguished Teacher of the Year, is as passionate about her students as she is about teaching and studying science

Chemistry