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  • What do you do with a Chemistry degree?

    What do you do with a Chemistry Degree


    Wofford graduates with degrees in Chemistry are working in a variety of fields. Their chosen jobs and careers include:

    • > Faculty member at the Medical University of South Carolina
    • > Forensic chemist with Spartanburg County Sherriff’s office
    • > Pharmacist
    • > Patent/trademark attorney at Monahan & Moses
    • > Environmental lawyer
    • > Division President at Milliken and Company
    • > High school chemistry teacher
    • > Chemist for Cooper Tires in Germany
    • > Chemical Development Scientist


       

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  • In the Work Force

    The following are examples of careers that a major in chemistry will prepare you for:

    • Industrial or pharmaceutical research chemist
    • Physician or other medical professional
    • Pharmacist
    • Pharmaceutical sales representative
    • High school chemistry teacher
    • Chemical lab technician
    • Food scientist
    • Government inspection (for FDA or EPA)
    • Crime lab analyst
    • Forensic chemist
    • Occupational safety specialist
    • Environmental consultant

    *Please note that some of these careers require additional schooling beyond an undergraduate degree.