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The chemistry-management joint major is designed for students who would like to apply their scientific interests to a business career. The major is appropriate for a variety of careers at the interface of the two disciplines, such as sales and marketing specialists for chemical and pharmaceutical companies, business officers in science-based industries or institutions, and scientific information liaisons (e.g., public relations, political advising, and lobbying).
The independent learning requirement is ordinarily fulfilled by MGMT 370 Internship (eight semester hours) in a project related to the management or financial aspects of science-related organizations, such as science museums or hospital laboratories. These internships are identified by the Department of Chemistry, approved by both departments, and administered by the management program according to the normal procedures of MGMT 370.
In rare instances, the independent learning requirement may be fulfilled by CHEM 355 (eight semester hours) or by a non-science-related internship in MGMT 370.
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