Compounded understanding when two sciences collide
Advancements in chemistry have lengthened life, created new organic materials and helped humans survive in outer space. The discipline continues to grow and provide a diversity of career paths that prizes innovation.
At Susquehanna, you can participate in cutting-edge collaborative research within a small, ambitious community. In Susquehanna’s chemical physics program, you can work with a faculty member as early as your first year, applying new knowledge to real scientific problems.
Dive into advanced theoretical concepts, applied sciences and interdisciplinary research with our hands-on, interactive courses. You will gain in-depth experience in our small-size classes with a heavy emphasis on project development.
- Prepare for an exciting, sustainable career graduate with diverse skills and training.
- Explore emerging topics in chemical research and development.
- Examine critical concepts such as quantum mechanics and thermodynamics.
- Refine your scientific communication skills as you learn to present research to peers and professionals through oral presentations, conference posters and co-authored, peer-reviewed publications.
- Gain access to state-of-the-art facilities with million-dollar instrumentation.
- of students start research with faculty by their junior year
- $1.2 million
- in recent NSF funding for scholarships, summer research funding, and major instrumentation