The Department of Chemistry offers graduate programs of study leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in the fields of analytical, biological, inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry. The emphasis of the program is on close interaction between faculty and students. This ensures that the students develop to their full potential as quickly as possible. Choice of a research adviser is usually completed by the end of the first semester, and students begin their research during the second semester
Wake Forest University is one of the premier liberal arts institutions in the South. The University has a long-standing commitment to academic excellence, and this is reflected in the dedication of the chemistry faculty to excellence in both teaching and research. As part of the University’s commitment to academic excellence, it has built a strong chemistry graduate program that maintains those features which make Wake Forest University unique, namely limited class sizes and close interaction between faculty and students.
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