Are you considering majoring or minoring in chemistry?
The undergraduate adviser for Fall 2013 / Spring 2014 is Professor Brian Gibney. Please e-mail him with your name and CUNYFirst EMPLID number to set up an appointment or ask a question. His office hours are Tuesdays, 5 – 6 p.m., and Thursdays, noon – 1 p.m.
The Department of Chemistry offers the following degrees: bachelor of science, bachelor of arts and bachelor of arts: chemistry teacher.
- The bachelor of science is the most rigorous course of study and is intended for students whose careers will be as chemists, including those planning further study in graduate school in chemistry or biochemistry.
- The bachelor of arts degree is advised for prehealth professionals, as it leaves time to pursue the necessary course work in biology required for professional programs. Students interested in medical or other professional schools are strongly advised to discuss their plans with the campus pre-professional adviser Dr. Steven Silbering.
- Students who are interested in teaching high school after graduation are advised to explore the bachelor of arts: chemistry teacher, as it leaves time to pursue course work in education.
Before you declare your major or minor, have a look at the specific degree requirements, given below:
- Degree Planner for the Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
- Degree Planner for the Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry
- Degree Planner for the Minor in Chemistry
- Degree Planner for the Minor in Biochemistry
A full description of each course can be found in the Brooklyn College Bulletin. After reviewing the information, please see the current undergraduate adviser, to declare your major.
If you are a transfer student and need to have credits evaluated, please bring a copy of your transcript, the description of the course(s) you wish to have evaluated, and the Brooklyn College Office of the Registrar's Transfer Evaluation Credit form to Professor Brian Gibney, the undergraduate adviser for evaluation.