At Bates, students and faculty form a community of scholars who share a thirst for learning, drawing on the methods of the sciences, the patterns of logic and language, the study of societies and expression in the arts. A Bates education fosters intellectual inquiry and reflection, personal growth, and a commitment to the world beyond oneself. Bates offers students a rigorous academic experience in a collaborative and supportive environment. Majors and minors both promote deep and immersive study in a particular discipline or field. A major is required and comprises between 10 and 14 courses. A minor is optional and requires far fewer courses.
Chemistry and Biochemistry (CHBC) < University of Arkansas
Chemistry and Biochemistry is a small, close-knit department where students get significant one-on-one mentoring by full-time faculty. The Chemistry and Biochemistry Department provides students with an excellent foundation in chemistry, encompassing both theoretical concepts and practical applications, and prepares them for the next step in their chosen career paths. A chemistry background serves as a foundation for many careers in seemingly "nontechnical" areas, areas in which a technical background would give you a great advantage. For example, sales and management positions in the pharmaceutical industry or administrative positions in government laboratories would be attractive to individuals with both chemical and business training. We celebrate the success of our students in being accepted into high-quality graduate school PhD programs and medical and professional schools or getting started immediately on careers in industry or high school teaching.
Chemistry (MS) Thesis Option
Middlebury College's liberal arts curriculum will challenge you for the rest of your life. Our undergraduate and graduate programs prepare students to meet the challenges of responsible citizenship in a complex, changing world. Our curriculum is designed to ensure that each student's education includes breadth of experience across many fields and disciplines, as well as in-depth study in one area defined by the major.
The first recorded thesis was dated , though all theses prior to were lost during the occupation of WWII. The HKU Scholars Hub includes theses in the arts, humanities, education and the social, medical and natural sciences. Many of them deal entirely with or focus on subjects relating to Hong Kong. The collection is primarily in English, with some in English and Chinese, and others in Chinese only. Missing older ones might still be located in HKU departmental libraries.