The Department of Chemistry at ETSU currently has twelve faculty members representing the four major divisions of chemistry.
The Department also has two full time, non-tenure track Lecturers who focus on undergraduate teaching and several part-time Adjunct professors to help with teaching special topics and overflow sections of undergraduate courses.
Chemistry offers Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees. Three of our B.S. Concentrations (Chemistry ACS, Biochemistry and Chemical Physics) are approved by the American Society Society. Many undergraduates majoring in other subjects minor in Chemistry or enroll in our classes to pursue health-related professional training later. The majority of the Master's degree students are given teaching assistantships or tuition scholarships when they qualify.
To achieve the objectives of our goals and mission, the Department offers programs and services which are described in the specific pages of this web site.