Chemistry is the fascinating study of the “building blocks” of matter that help us understand the material world that God has created, structured and organized. Learning how to make new forms of matter out of the raw materials found in creation is a profoundly important culture-making activity. Consider the impact of modern medicine and sanitation, fertilizers and pesticides, plastics and metallurgy, materials that power computers and the internet, fossil fuels and emerging clean energy technologies — all of which have arisen out of chemical innovations. In this program, you will develop a rich understanding of the role of chemistry in shaping the modern world as well as learn what it means to care for all of God’s creation as you wrestle with the fact that chemistry has contributed to – but also holds the promise of solutions to – many of the environmental and human health challenges of the 21st century.
These courses are required for students pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry at Redeemer:
Applicants from Ontario will be considered for general undergraduate admission based on the following requirements:
Darren Brouwer is Professor of Chemistry at Redeemer University College in Hamilton, Ontario where he teaches chemistry and environmental science...
" As a chemistry major I have had amazing opportunities to work with highly qualified and knowledgeable professors who have all been personally interested in my success. I’ve also been able to apply the knowledge and skills that I’ve learned in a variety of fascinating contexts both inside and outside the lab. Being a part of this program has provided me with great opportunities that I will continue to value well into the future. "
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