Chemistry Program Ranked Nationally

In the most recent ranking of the American Chemical Society (ACS) Truman’s Chemistry program tied for 15th place for the number of accredited degrees given in 2006-2007 with 32.

Further analysis of the data the ACS provided reveals even more about the significance of this success.

The number of accredited degrees given by Truman exceeds any Ivy League schools, as well as a number of other highly regarded and more expensive liberal arts schools.

Even more telling is the fact that Truman’s program awarded five more accredited degrees than the entire rest of the MIAA conference, which totaled 27. 

Truman’s 32 graduates even exceeds that of the total number of degrees awarded, accredited and non-accredited, by three of the four University of Missouri campuses.

Since Truman’s Chemistry program is listed alongside larger schools, a comparison based on the ratio of the number of accredited degrees awarded to the total undergraduate enrollment for each of the top 25 schools places Truman’s program seventh among the ranked schools.

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