With the help of computer modeling and simulations, you could have a role in discovering new drugs that treat diseases. You might work in chemical manufacturing plants to make sure products, from plastics to soap to paint, are being manufactured correctly or find a better way to produce products while monitoring air and water pollution.
This program's solid grounding in the sciences, mathematics and engineering, along with lab skills, allow you to apply theory to practical areas of chemistry.
NJIT has particular strengths in analytical, medical and environmental chemistry. You can conduct research with faculty mentors with expertise in such areas as energy, pharmaceuticals, materials and environmental chemistry.