Chemistry Department WebsiteThis program is designed for students wishing to pursue a career in chemistry as it is applied to environmental science. This is a joint academic program between La Roche College and Duquesne University leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Chemistry from La Roche College and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science and Management from Duquesne University. Students will complete three years of undergraduate study at La Roche College and two years of graduate study in the Environmental Science and Management Program (ESM) at Duquesne University. Only the requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree are listed here. Consult the Duquesne University Environmental Science and Management program guide for the additional course work required for the Master of Science degree.
A minimum of 120 credits is required to complete the environmental chemistry major. The required course work consists of:
- 38 credits in the Chemistry Component including the Chemistry Core
- 27 credits in the mathematics and science component
- 27 credits in the ESM program at Duquesne University
- 28 credits of CORE Curriculum courses