Wofford chemistry majors can choose between two tracks, one for students planning to pursue an advanced degree in chemistry or obtain a job as an industrial chemist and the other for students planning to enter a medical field. Both require extensive work in Wofford’s state-of-the-art laboratory facilities.

Jameica Hill ’88

Meet Dr. Jameica Hill ’88

Dr. Jameica Hill is involved in promoting the interests of women and minorities in science as possible career choices by targeting middle and high school students as well as Wofford undergraduates. She uses technology in her teaching to enhance student understanding, and she enjoys teaching forensic science.

Jennifer Elyea

Meet Ethan DiBlasio ’22

Ethan DiBlasio majored in chemistry and minored in computer science. He says that the major provided him with opportunities to tutor, work as a teaching assistant and perform research. He is in medical school at Emory University School of Medicine.

Recent graduates in chemistry are working as:

Chemical sales staff
Environmental consultants
Forensic chemists
Industrial chemists
Medical school faculty
Occupational safety specialists
Pharmaceutical sales representatives
Physician assistants
Research chemists

Chemistry students have completed post-graduate studies at:

Clemson University
Duke University
Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
Emory University
Georgetown University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Harvard University
Johns Hopkins University
Medical University of South Carolina
Purdue University
Rice University
The Ohio State University
University of Florida
University of Georgia
University of North Carolina
University of South Carolina
University of Tennessee
Vanderbilt University
Wake Forest University