Careers and Advising

What can you do with a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry or Biochemistry?  These options are pretty common: Get a job in your field, get a job in a different field, go to graduate school, go to professional school

This page is designed to show a compilation of information on how to pursue professional and graduate degrees succesfully. Also, here you will find information on careers in chemistry.

Pre-Health Society

The Pre-Health Society is a student-run organization at CSUDH committed to providing exceptional educational support and volunteer opportunities for the campus pre-health community. To learn more about the Pre-Health Society, visit the organization Torolink.


Local Premed Information Page


American Dental Education Association Information Page


American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Information Page


Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry Info Page

Graduate School in Chemistry (Ph.D. or M.S.)

Graduate School information

Graduate School in Biochemistry (Ph.D. or M.S.)

Graduate School information

CSUDH Chemistry and Biochemistry Club

The CSUDH Chemistry and Biochemistry Club mission is to expand the perception and appreciation of Chemistry & Biochemistry. The club serves as a valuable medium for information, opportunities, and networking that would assist the academic and professional career goals of students and faculty. This club welcomes all CSUDH students, faculty, and alumni who are interested in Chemistry & Biochemistry.

American Chemical Society

We encourage all of our Chemistry and Biochemistry majors (and minors) to become student members of the American Chemical Society.  American Chemical Society has many resources for undergraduates -- from networking opportunities, to virtual career panels, to continuing professional development opportunities -- as well as news in the chemicals sciences, access to InChemistry Magazine and ACS on Campus.  Learn more about what ACS offers undergraduates, and become an ACS Community Associate or a dues-paying Student Member of the American Chemical Society.