Aerial view of campus with Williamsport, the Susquehanna River and Bald Eagle Mountain as a backdrop

Graduate Outcomes

There has never been a better time to major in chemistry. Typically, within six months of graduation 100% of Lycoming's chemistry majors have jobs at a variety of firms, or are teaching or continuing their education in graduate schools across the country. Our graduates work as research chemists, product development engineers, sales executives, and teachers. Many pursue advanced degrees in fields such as pharmacology, toxicology, or organic chemistry.

Where will you find recent Lycoming chemistry graduates? The following list includes just a sampling of students’ research and internship experiences, as well as positions secured after graduation.

  • New Jersey State Police (Forensic Chemist)
  • Avery-Denison
  • Merck Pharmaceutical
  • DuPont Pharmaceutical
  • Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Lock Haven University Physicians Assistant Program
  • Penn State Medical School, Hershey
  • National Institutes of Health Post-baccalaureate scientist
  • Columbia University, Ph.D. chemistry program
  • Colorado State, Ph.D. chemistry program
  • Bucknell University, M.S. chemistry program
  • Arizona State, Ph.D, chemistry program
  • Michigan State, Ph.D. chemistry program
  • Brown University, Ph.D. chemistry program
  • Corning glass, senior research technician
  • LSU, Ph.D. chemistry program
  • Malvern Panalytical, sales manager
  • Johnson and Johnson, senior scientist
  • Cardolite Corporartion, chemical engineer