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Undergraduate programs and research opportunities at ASU School of Molecular Sciences
Reap the benefits of an undergraduate degree
In the School of Molecular Sciences at Arizona State University, you have access to several undergraduate degrees and minors covering all aspects of chemistry, biochemistry and molecular science. You’ll develop critical thinking and problem solving skills essential for entry into a wide variety of scientific careers. Whether you want to be a chemist, biochemist, doctor, dentist, pharmacist, forensic scientists or virtually any profession in between, our programs serve as a pathway to help you accomplish your goals and transform the way we impact the world.
Your undergraduate journey in molecular science starts with your application to the university. You’ll declare a major or minor in biochemistry, chemistry, environmental chemistry or medicinal chemistry.
Start your application here.
Admission requirements and deadline dates
The School of Molecular Sciences does not have special admission requirements. Our students are required to meet the university’s general requirements for admission into our undergraduate programs. Some requirements vary based on your applicant type. Determine whether you’re classified as an incoming freshman, transfer student or international student and browse the links below for additional information on the admission process.
We’re glad you’re thinking about joining the School of Molecular Sciences at ASU. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at 480-965-7667 if you have any admission or advising-related questions.