You’ll follow a course of study endorsed by the American Chemical Society (ACS), which guarantees respect in the field. You can also join Suffolk's ACS chapter; it's recognized nationwide for its sponsored lectures and community service projects. You might also volunteer at the nearby Museum of Science or the Boston Children’s Museum. And every year, you'll have the chance to attend the national ACS meeting to hear the latest research and developments.
This program is ideal if you hope to go on to a research career or to graduate school. Plus, you'll have the skills to thrive in high-demand fields like pharmaceuticals, environmental health, and manufacturing.