This program is a two-year degree that requires students to complete course work in at least four of the following areas of chemistry: analytical, biochemistry, environmental, inorganic, organic, and physical; and to conduct an independent research project culminating in a written thesis. A non-thesis option is also available. Our faculty and students regularly work in collaboration with other colleges and universities, private industries, and government agencies. The department has a small research mentor/graduate student ratio that produces close interaction between our students and faculty.
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