The Department of Chemistry offers outstanding research and educational opportunities in its graduate programs, leading to the master of science or doctoral degrees. The heart of the graduate degree is research, conducted in concert with a faculty mentor. The program requires 24 hours of course work, and students are advanced to Ph.D. candidacy after successfully completing a literature seminar (4th semester) and research meeting (5th semester). The program emphasizes development of the whole scientist.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
International Student Requirements:
(For international applicants only) a TOEFLscore or other acceptable proof of English proficiency.