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Chemistry: Accreditation

Marshall University Chemistry Accreditation

  • Department of Chemistry: The curriculum and facilities of the Marshall University Department of Chemistry have been approved by the Committee on Professional Training of the American Chemical Society.

  • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, ACS Certified: This curriculum meets the standards of the American Chemical Society (ACS) and is recommended for students intending to enter the chemical profession or intending to pursue graduate work in chemistry. Students who successfully complete the requirements for the BS in Chemistry degree will receive a certificate from the American Chemical Society indicating their degree meets the standards of the Committee on Professional Training. If the student takes Chemistry 423 (Environmental Analytical Chemistry) and Geology 420 (Geochemistry) as electives in the BS in Chemistry program, the American Chemical Society certification will reflect this as a certification of a BS in Environmental Chemistry.