This is a professional degree for those planning to enter the chemical profession.
Admission to this program is contingent upon admission to the Graduate School.
Admission may be granted to applicants who have completed one year of college physics, mathematics through calculus, and the equivalent of undergraduate semester credits in chemistry as follows: general chemistry (eight credits), organic chemistry (eight credits), physical chemistry (six credits), quantitative analysis (four credits), and advanced chemistry (three credits). Applicants specializing in biochemistry may substitute advanced biology for advanced chemistry.
A minimum undergraduate grade point average of 2.75 in chemistry and cognate science is required. Students who do not meet the requirements may petition the departmental committee on graduate study for qualified admission. Admissions under this program may include special requirements specified on the basis of the student’s previous experience and training.
This degree is offered only as a Plan A (thesis) master’s program. (Chemistry courses below the 6000 level may not be applied toward this degree.)
|CHM 8850||Frontiers in Chemistry||1|
|Select two to three credits in seminar:||2-3|
|Seminar in Analytical Chemistry|
|Seminar in Organic Chemistry|
|Seminar in Inorganic Chemistry|
|Seminar in Physical Chemistry|
|Seminar in Biochemistry|
|CHM 6740||Laboratory Safety||1|
|Select at least twelve credits in chemistry courses open to graduate chemistry students (excluding research, seminar, CHM 6740, and CHM 8850) of which at least nine credits must be at the 7000 level||12|
|Select six credits in chemistry and/or cognate courses||6|
|CHM 8999||Master's Thesis Research and Direction 1||8|
|Submission of a satisfactory research thesis|
Candidacy must be established by the time twelve credits have been earned. The applicant must file a copy of the Plan of Work with the Graduate Officer.