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When choosing a college or university most people start their research by looking at college rankings. One of the most popular is done by U.S. News and World Report and it is often considered a bible in the college application process. While U.S. News and World Report has several rankings including the best engineering and business programs, it does not have a ranking for undergraduate chemistry programs. Other rankings exist for chemistry programs like that of the National Research Council (NRC) or Science Watch, which ranks programs based on their published scholarly articles. Bear in mind that these rankings are for graduate study of chemistry, which is a completely different experience from undergraduate study and therefore with a completely different set of requirements. Since there is so much confusing information out there how do we figure out the top chemistry college? One of the most popular and widely respected rankings for chemistry programs is done by the National Research Council, which ranks all research doctoral programs in the U.S. Some may argue that the best chemistry graduate programs will also have the best chemistry undergraduate programs.
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