Master of Science (Chemistry)

Concentrations are available in Analytical, Computational, Inorganic, Organic, and Physical Chemistry. The M.S. degree requires 30 hours approved by the student's advisory committee:

  • Up to 9 hours in 6000 level courses (see diagnostic requirements)
  • At least 9 hours in courses numbered 7100 - 7899, with at least two areas of chemistry represented
  • Presentation (CHEM 7911)
  • Up to three hours of seminar (CHEM 7913)
  • Up to 9 hours in research and independent study (CHEM 7001, 7910, 7996)
  • Comprehensive examination

Further details may be found in the Graduate Catalog.

Information for after you earn your degree: