The Department at the University of Georgia offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Chemistry. Our undergraduates have the option of obtaining an ACS-certified B.S. in Chemistry. We graduate around 40 B.S. Chemists each year. Our graduate degree program is a research-intensive program with an emphasis on coursework required for in-depth training in a particular project. We also emphasize interdisciplinary training to prepare our graduates for multiple career paths. Through our links, you can find out about both our undergraduate and graduate programs, how to apply for admission, the curricula offered, and the research interests of our faculty.
Annual Alumni Lecture
Prof. Geraldine Richmond from the University of Oregon will deliver the 2019 Alumni Lecture on April 26 at 3:30 PM in Chem 400. Her topic will be: Surf, Sink or Swim: Understanding Environmentally Important Processes at Water Surfaces. Additional information is available here.
Annual Awards Banquet
The UGA Department of Chemistry and the Southeast region of the American Chemical Society will hold their annual awards banquet on Friday, April 26 at the Georgia Center. Drinks will be available at 6:00 PM, with dinner at 7:00 PM and awards presentations afterwards. A number of faculty and student awards will be presented, including the Distinguished Alumnus Award, which will go to Michael Scarbrough.
There is no charge for the lecture or banquet. Please just call us at 706-542-1919 to sign up.