King's College

Department of Chemistry and Physics

                                

"Science ... is a superb and dazzlingly lighted hall which may be reached only by passing though a long and ghastly kitchen." 

Claude Bernard

The Chemistry Program at King's provides a liberal arts education for those interested in understanding the world in which we live.  It is based on a broad general education, emphasizing the abilities to reason carefully and communicate clearly, with a careful foundation in the fundamental principles underlying the field of chemistry. 

The Chemistry and Physics department has a tradition of strong faculty-student interactions.  Our classes are deliberately small and each student receives personal attention.  To learn more about our program, our faculty and our department, follow the links below

Frequently asked questions:

Who are the faculty and staff members in the department?

What do your laboratory facilities look like?

What courses are offered at King's?

What are the requirements for a chemistry major?

What are the requirements for a chemistry minor?

Can I major/minor in physics?

Can I become certified to teach Chemistry?

Will I be able to find a job after I graduate?

What can I do with a B.S. in Chemistry from King's? 

What local American Chemical Society section do you belong to?

 

 

For comments or suggestions on this site, or if you would like more information about the Chemistry program at King's College, please email Dr. Kristi Concannon or Dr. Ronald Supkowski

Last updated 1/4/10.