Long Island Physical Sciences Department

Long Island Physical Sciences Department

Explore the world of chemistry. Delve into the physical universe. Get ready.

Gain a basic understanding of the nature of matter, all while getting a closer look at a variety of physical and biological phenomena. Prepare for a world of possibilities with SJNY’s Department of Physical Sciences.

Our introductory courses in the physical sciences are designed to provide students a closer look at the physical universe and of the impact of the physical sciences on society. Advanced courses offer the training needed by those who will be professionally concerned with scientific matters in their future careers.

Study alongside professors considered experts in their field. Join alumni who work as teachers, lawyers, doctors, industrial professionals and professors. Get ready to make your future matter with St. Joseph’s Department of Physical Sciences.

The Long Island Physical Sciences Experience

Transfer Made Easy: St. Joseph’s has an articulation agreement with Kingsborough Community College, through which KCC students who complete the A.S. Degree in Chemistry may transfer to SJNY to pursue a B.S. in Chemistry. Consult either school for specific details.

 

Personalize Your Path: Students who earn a degree in chemistry can work in a wide variety of fields, including research, academia, health and law.

 

Hone Your Skills: Students participate in internships, applying classroom theories and procedures in such settings as Brookhaven National Lab, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and Emory University.

Learn more about our physical sciences degrees and programs

Chemistry Major
Make sense of the world around us.

An undergraduate degree in chemistry from St. Joseph's University prepares students for careers in such areas as academia, health and law.

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Chemistry Major with a Concentration in Adolescence Education
Prepare for your future classroom.

Students majoring in chemistry with a concentration in adolescence education prepare to teach at the secondary level in grades 6 through 12.

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Chemistry Minor
Broaden your knowledge base.

Build your academic record and highlight your area of interest beyond that of your major with a minor in chemistry.

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