Queen's University, Ontario, Canada
School of Graduate Studies
Watson Hall Room 312
Registrar of the Graduate School
A degree from Queen’s Department of Chemistry is highly regarded and an important consideration in today's competitive science and technology job market. Our new $56 million state of the art building is home to The Nuclear Magnetic Resonance facility and its eight high-field instruments, an on-site Mass spec facility with four mass spectrometers an X-ray diffractometer, a CFI-funded facility for materials characterization and more unique equipment in faculty labs. You can conduct front-line, industrially-relevant research in analytical, inorganic, organic, physical, polymer, and theoretical chemistry and take part in interdisciplinary research in such areas as environmental, molecular modeling for drug design and various forms of spectroscopy. Our Chemistry Innovation Council, made up of industry and government leaders, will advise you about career opportunities and help you establish contact with potential employers.