Chemists are architects who deal with the composition of nonliving things—from textiles to oil and petroleum to the atmosphere. When you study chemistry at Suffolk University, your building blocks will be atoms and molecules.

Suffolk University's chemistry major offers an intensive, laboratory-based curriculum paired with unparalleled opportunities for independent research in one of the world’s most scientifically advanced cities. Our faculty will connect you with Boston’s premier labs and medical schools and the internships they offer. Your professors will also provide crucial advice if you apply for National Science Foundation Fellowships, which allow you to participate in funded summer research projects here and across the country. Suffolk students go on to work in laboratories and hospitals here in Boston and beyond; others pursue graduate degrees in medicine and forensics.

Boston is known for its extraordinary hospitals and laboratories. Scientific pioneers come here from all over the world to work at and receive treatment in these medical facilities, while the city’s laboratories are responsible for breakthroughs in cancer research, HIV/AIDS, and more. Come take full advantage of our strong ties to these innovative organizations—many of which are just steps from campus.

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Our chemistry program will position you for professional success in the field.

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