Issue Date: June 25, 2007
Chemistry majors who accepted their undergraduate degrees at ceremonies this spring did not complete the same American Chemical Society-approved programs that their parents did.
The discipline of chemistry itself is changing. The student body is becoming more ethnically diverse, and educators are figuring out more about how students learn. To keep pace, requirements for ACS-approved programs are also changing.
The ACS Committee on Professional Training (CPT) monitors developments in chemical education as part of its . . .
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