Whether you’re interested in how chemistry affects the environment, applications of chemistry to biology and medicine, or the biochemistry of cancer and its treatments, this advanced degree can open the door to a great career. The objective of our graduate program is to provide an experience that meets the educational goals of the individual student while providing opportunities for research in traditional and interdisciplinary areas of chemistry. We prepare you for careers in industry and teaching, as well as for post-graduate and professional programs at other institutions. The MS degree requires at least 32 credit hours and the completion of a thesis based on original research. You can find more information on our degree focus areas by visiting our faculty.
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