As a Chemistry Education major, you’ll gain valuable real-world experience outside of the classroom when you join organizations, attend conferences, and conduct research with professors and peers. By participating in these experiential learning opportunities, you’ll build a powerful resume and significantly expand your knowledge while having fun.
The Chemistry and Biochemistry Club (CBC) promotes chemistry to the university and surrounding community by participating in outreach activities to teach chemistry principles and generate an interest in science among students, teachers and the community. The Chemistry Department’s close, collegial atmosphere extends to the CBC, which fosters friendships, develops leadership skills, promotes volunteerism and encourages professional development.
MSU Moorhead’s Robert Noyce Grant Project gives current students majoring in science or mathematics, or community members who’ve received a STEM degree, the opportunity to earn a teaching license free of cost.
The hallmark of an MSUM Chemistry Education degree is the opportunity you have to conduct research with gifted professors who are committed to your academic success. You’ll use research-grade equipment to learn from and work alongside faculty mentors. Many students conduct research for multiple semesters and with multiple professors.
MSUM’s annual Andrew Conteh Student Academic Conference showcases student research on a variety of topics and encourages student growth and development. It’s a component in the important work of transforming students’ lives.
The National Science Foundation REU funded fellowships support active research participation by undergraduate students in any of the areas of research funded by the National Science Foundation.
Interested in living and learning with students pursuing degrees similar to yours? The Biosciences & Chemistry Learning Community is open to students majoring in biology, chemistry, biochemistry or biotechnology. It gives you opportunities to connect with faculty, engage in study groups and discover research options. The Education Learning Community is open to any declared Education major whose career goal is to become a teacher.
Below are some of the innovative tools and techniques used by students.