Graduate

Programs

Welcome to the Department of Chemistry's Graduate Program overview. The graduate program is dedicated to developing globally competitive students in Academia and Industry with interests in one of our many research areas. Research opportunities are available in: Biomolecular Transformations and Analysis, Drug Discovery, Chemical Education, Computation and Modeling, Medicinal Chemistry, Molecular Catalysis, Porous Materials, and Polymers Chemistry.

Doctoral Program

The Ph.D. degree is the highest academic degree offered by our program, and is entirely focused on innovative research in the chemical sciences. Study for the Ph.D. should ideally be completed within five years beyond the baccalaureate degree, and all courses and degree requirements must be finished within seven years.

Master of Arts Program

Study for the Master of Arts Degree (M.A.) should be ideally completed within two to three calendar years beyond the baccalaureate degree, and all courses and degree requirements must be finished within five years.

Master of Science Program

Study for the Master of Science Degree (M.S.) should be ideally completed within two to three calendar years beyond the baccalaureate degree, and all courses and degree requirements must be finished within five years.