Chemistry majors are encouraged to put their classroom learning to work, explore career options, and network with professionals in the field through internships. The College of Arts and Sciences Internship Office will guide you in researching, applying for and completing an internship that will earn you course credit. Consider an internship near campus during a semester, or back home over the summer. Hospitals, private and government laboratories, educational institutions and science centers are typical internship sites for our Chemistry majors. The semester prior to your internship, begin the application process by contacting the the College of Arts and Sciences Internship Office.