Tutoring in Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering courses is conducted by the CSU Learning
Assistant Center. For more information on the Learning Assistant Center, or to set up an appointment, view walk in hours, etc. please visit their website.
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.
While at CSU, consider joining our science student organizations:
SPS is a way for physics students to connect at CSU and nationally. In previous years,
SPS has done activities such as attending the SPS Congress. You can read about the
students experiences at the Congress at Fermilab. Click here for information on the national organization.
More information the CSU chapter of the National Organization for the Professional
Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers is coming soon. Click here for information on the national organization.
For students interesting in pursuing a career in the pharmaceutical industry.
For students interesting in the medical professions.
Courses offered by the CSU chemistry and physics department provide a foundation for
students with any number of career interests.
Education positions are available in secondary schools, and after graduate study,
in colleges and universities. Research opportunities can be found in both industrial
and governmental laboratories. Additionally, many of our majors enter the health professions
or pursue graduate level work in chemistry, physics, biology, or environmental science.
Members of the American Chemical Society (ACS) student chapter have access to the
organization's national employment service. In addition, CSU's Career Center provides
valuable assistance in finding a career that best suits each student.
Here are other career resources: