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Graduate Program

The department of chemistry offers MS and PhD degrees in conjunction with the T.J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (SOPHS) as a part of the Pharmaceutical Sciences and Chemistry Graduate Program (PSCP). Graduate students admitted to the Department of Chemistry through the Graduate School receive:

  • a professional and modern education (Courses),
  • exciting and future-oriented research projects (see Chemistry Faculty) supported by state-of-the-art equipment,
  • close faculty/student interaction to support timely graduation and high research output preparing them for a future career in academia and the chemical industry.

Graduate students can earn an MS or a PhD in Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences with emphasis in bioanalytical chemistry, physical chemistry and biochemistry or an emphasis in synthesis and drug discovery/design. 

Ph. D. Program Requirements

Program description and admission requirements

M. S. Program Requirements

Program description and admission requirements

Graduate Research Focus Areas ("Tracks")

This page gives a brief description of the two chemistry-related M. S./Ph. D. tracks.

Graduate Courses

This page provides brief descriptions of graduate courses offered by the Department of Chemistry.

Financial Aid

Teaching assistantships and tuition remission

Admission

Admission requirements and procedure