New Mexico Highlands University offers a variety of degree choices for students interested in chemistry. For students wishing to prepare for a scientific career, we offer a bachelor of science in chemistry and a master of science in applied chemistry. For students wishing to enter the teaching profession, we offer a bachelor of arts in chemistry and a minor in chemistry.
The master’s in chemistry degree provide students with a high-quality science education, which includes experience with research and field projects. The programs provide scientific and technical background that empowers students to successfully pursue science and technology careers, or, proceed on to advanced graduate studies. Faculty in the chemistry department strive to make each student’s educational experience challenging and rewarding.
Students with a degree in chemistry can look forward to exciting and challenging careers in government and private settings like medical laboratories, aerospace firms, forestry centers, research laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, agricultural firms, and many others.
Highlands’ chemistry program has state-of-the-art research laboratories.
The department is housed in the modern Ivan Hilton Science and Technology Building. State-of-the-art laboratory research facilities provide students with extensive hands-on experiences in all of the five main areas of chemistry (organic, inorganic, physical, analytical, and biological). Our major instrumentation includes: 300 MHz nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer, single-crystal X-ray diffraction setup, GC-MS/MS, LC-MSn, GC-FID, thermogravimetric analysis/differential thermal analysis instrument, FT-IR spectrometer, two fluorescence spectrophotometers, two UV-Vis spectrophotometers, and equipment for gamma spectroscopy and optically stimulated luminescence (OSL)
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2022-2023 undergraduate catalog: Chemistry
Undergraduate catalog: Chemistry (BA)
Undergraduate catalog: Chemistry (BS)
Undergraduate catalog: Biochemistry (BA)
Undergraduate courses in chemistry
The New Mexico Highlands undergraduate catalog outlines your options and the steps you need to take to complete degree requirements for your chosen major. To ensure the seamless completion of your degree, consult often with your academic adviser and utilize Highlands’ Degree Audit tool to keep track of your academic progress.
Graduate Admission Requirements: Chemistry
Graduate course catalog: Chemistry
Graduate students are assigned to a faculty adviser within their area of study. The faculty adviser will help the student complete a program of study to satisfy the specific course requirements within their area, outlined in the Graduate Catalog. The courses listed must satisfy the course requirements prescribed in the catalog of record. The academic adviser will provide guidance in completing your program of study.
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Office phone: 505-426-2035
Deadlines: Rolling admissions for fall and spring terms