The Department of Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering Studies offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Chemistry and Physics, as well as courses in physical science and a foundational program for further study in engineering. Our students have a chemistry club (NOBCChE), a physics club (Society of Physics Students), and are starting a student chapter of the National Science Teachers Association. We've implemented innovations in teaching and assessment, and we maintain active research programs. Check out some of our photos, and meet our faculty and staff.
|Dr. Garcia with his research students Karen and Chaan who conducted particle physics research at CERN in Switzerland in Summer 2011.||Dr. Mardis watches on as Kiara presents her research at the American Chemical Society National Conference in San Diego, CA in March 2012.|
Chemistry majors desiring to set a time to meet with an advisor should use the chemistry advising site. Physics majors and Engineering Studies students should contact the departmental office (x2180) to be connected to the advisor on duty.
The department is also very active in pre-service and in-service teacher education. The science education portal provides information on science education initiatives in the Department of Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering Studies and the Department of Biological Sciences. Click here for "CSU Teach Science."
For more information on careers see click on "Students and Alumni."
Interested in an internship? The department compiles information about potential internships in the city and the nation available to chemistry and physics students. Click here for the internship web site.
Applying to be a Learning Assistant is an excellent way to deepen your content knowledge and communication skills while exploring teaching. Click here for more Learning Assistants Program.
Scholarships are available for chemistry and physics undergraduates who are new to CSU. Click here for more information on the S-STEM program.
Scholarship programs are available for motivated students seeking to further their careers in science. For instance, MBRS provides support for undergraduates who plan to pursue graduate degrees. Click here for Minority Biomedical Research Support (MBRS)
Dr. Edmundo Garcia, Department Chair
309 Williams Science Building
Chicago State University
9501 South King Dr.
Chicago, IL 60628-1598
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