The Master’s in Science degree provides additional coursework and research experience, opening up further job opportunities for the successful student. The Department of Chemistry provides two routes to a Master’s in Science in Chemistry degree.
The Master of Science in Science-Chemistry degree requires 23 credit hours of coursework and a research project leading to a thesis. This route is for students who have already received a B.S. in Chemistry from an accredited program.
The B.S/M.S. curriculum allows students to earn both their B.S. and M.S. degrees in a 5-year accelerated program.
A Ph.D. in Bioenvironmental Science with a concentration in Environmental Chemistry is also offered. Click here to read more about this program.