"...Trevecca has made it so easy for me to excel in Chemistry Education."

-abbie alosi '17

When Trevecca chemistry education majors graduate, they leave well-prepared to use their degrees to serve God and impact the lives of students in any school system. Our graduates are grounded in their faith and ready to excel in a teaching fields for grades six through twelve. 

This degree is a collaborative effort between the chemistry department and the School of Education, designed to bring together your passion for chemistry and your desire to share that passion with future generations.

An important component of an education at Trevecca is extensive hands-on experience, students in our chemistry program have the opportunity to participate in research projects in catalyst development, computational chemistry and other areas designed to fit your individual interests. Within this program you’ll also have access to our newly renovated facilities and state-of-the-art equipment without sacrificing your values or beliefs.

By earning your degree in a strong Christian community, you’ll have to opportunity grow your knowledge of the world around you, expand your perspectives and strengthen your belief system.

At Trevecca, we want your education experience to be as unique as you are, that’s why all of our students within the chemistry program have the opportunity to work one-on-one with a professor, complete original research projects, and tailor your projects and studies to fit the areas you are most interested in.

A degree in chemistry education from Trevecca will not only expand your knowledge of the field, but will help you to grow your research and teaching skills and be fully prepared to enter into your teaching career or enroll in the fifth-year master’s program.  

What our students say

"I couldn't be happier with my major, and Trevecca has made it so easy for me to excel in Chemistry Education. I have two advisors (one for chemistry and one for education) and they both work closely with me to make sure I am getting all the classes I need in order to graduate on time. I also play soccer for TNU, so I miss class sometimes, but the teachers are great and work with me on everything that I missed. It is hard work, but I know I am well prepared for my future."

Abbie Alosi '17
Chemistry Education