College: College of Science and MathematicsDepartment: Chemistry & Physics
This degree program, usually completed in two years, omits the intensive course concentration required for the Ph.D. degree and requires a more modest research project and thesis.
The M.S. degree is particularly attractive for students who do not plan a career in basic research, but who want to work in the field of chemistry or a closely related field.
Students seeking admission into the Master of Science degree program in Chemistry, must meet the admission requirements of the Graduate School and the specific program requirements.
Curriculum and degree requirements can be found in the most current Graduate Bulletin.