ACS-Approved Bachelor’s Degrees in Chemistry now include Nanoscience Training
The American Chemical Society (ACS) Committee on Professional Training has approved new Guidelines and Evaluation Procedures for ACS approved bachelor’s degree programs in Chemistry to now require instruction on additional areas, including synthetic polymers, biological macromolecules, supramolecular aggregates, and mesoscale or nanoscale materials. Student exposure to variety of topics including nanoscale materials adds to the understanding and provides a well-rounded chemistry education. These requirements for additional curricula may be added as individual courses or integrated into current classes. Our Nanoscale technology curriculum can be easily integrated into these new course requirements, further enriching the STEM training of students at the Bachelor’s level at universities.
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