Undergraduate Admissions
Cheminformatics students looking over data on a monitor.


Cheminformatics is at the intersection of chemistry and information technology. You’ll develop an in-demand skill set combining a technical understanding of chemistry with computer expertise to support investigation of chemicals and materials that are not practical for laboratory analysis, model individual molecules or the behaviors of chemical compounds within the natural world, or develop information-storage solutions at the molecular level.

Customize your degree with:

Minors available in

  • Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry

You can also earn a master’s in one additional year through the Accelerated Master’s program.

Take courses like:

  • Biomolecular Chemistry
  • Introduction to Programming
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Discrete Structures

Get hands-on experience like:

  • Blending your love of chemistry and computers to prepare for a variety of fields including pharmaceutical and chemical manufacturing, forensic science, medical and graduate school, or even careers in public health
  • Conducting your own undergraduate research project through the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program
  • Using state-of-the-art equipment for lab assignments, research, and projects
  • Taking the Professional Development for Chemists course series that will prepare students for job hunting, communications, scientific methods, and other aspects of their future careers as chemists.

Get a job like:

  • Forensic Scientist
  • Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
  • Medical and Law School
  • Science Communications

Work for companies like:

  • Dow Chemical
  • 3M
  • Pifzer
  • SC Johnson
  • Merck Pharmaceutical

Learn more about cheminformatics at Michigan Tech!