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Current Undergraduate Students

Welcome TCU chemistry undergraduate students! This page provides additional details on the degree program, and information about other resources for a successful undergraduate experience here at TCU.

Coursework and Teaching Resources

TCU’s Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry offers BS and BA degrees in Chemistry and Biochemistry. See the overview and Advising Guide at right. This PDF provides detailed degree requirements.

The TCU Chemistry Discussion Board is essential for students in General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Inorganic Chemistry.

The TCU registrar’s list of ongoing chemistry courses is available here.

You can see all of TCU’s  available courses here.

Undergraduate Research and Service Resources

Undergraduate research is a valuable component of the degree. BS Chemistry and Biochemistry students do research as a separate course, or a Senior Honors Research Project or paper. See our Faculty page for more details on the research opportunities available here at TCU, including links to individual faculty members’ research groups.

The National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program supports summer undergraduate research at other institutions. Students receive housing, a summer stipend, and an opportunity to participate in world-class chemistry research.  Talk to your advisor about applying to this prestigious program.

Pre-health chemistry students can take advantage of opportunities available through TCU’s chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED), the health professional honor society.

All students interested in Chemistry are encouraged to participate in TCU’s active Student Chapter of the American Chemical Society.