Everything that can be seen, touched, tasted, or smelled is made up of chemicals. Chemists study matter and the changes it undergoes to solve some of society’s most vexing problems. Some work on medicines to treat cancer and other diseases. Others develop materials to convert the sun’s energy to electricity. Still others develop polymers that have applications in cleaning up pollution. Additional knowledge translates to additional career options.
Graduates earn $60K+ in their first job (Texas A&M Career Center)
Ranks 10th among public graduate programs and 24th overall (U.S. News & World Report, 2019)
$70K given in scholarships each year
Almost 300 undergraduates
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Companies that hire our students include Fujifilm, Harvard Medical School, Intel, Kelly Scientific Resources, MD Anderson Cancer Center and Yale University
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Pathway to Progress
Texas A&M Science - Thomas Miller III ‘00, Distinguished Former Student 2020Each spring, the College of Science pays tribute to its top former students by conferring upon them its highest honor: induction into the Academy of Distinguished Former Students. This year's honoree is Thomas F. Miller, Ph.D., Class of 2020, of Pasadena, Calif., professor of chemistry at the California Institute of Technology.
Texas A&M Science - 40 Years of Ganesa "G.G." GopalakrishnanAfter 40 years of teaching organic chemistry, Dr. Ganesa Gopalakrishnan, a senior lecturer in the Department of Chemistry, is retiring. Affectionately known by his students as "G.G.," his career at Texas A&M University is a remarkable one, and the lives he touched are countless.
Texas A&M Science - The Fight Against COVID-19Dr. Wenshe R. Liu is leading a research initiative to develop small-molecule drugs that can prevent COVID-19 and its strands from replicating once inside in human cell hosts.
Learn more: tx.ag/LiuCOVID19
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