The Chemistry Department offers graduate programs leading to the degrees of M.S. or M.A. in Chemistry. The M.S. degree is recommended for those who wish to conduct or direct chemical research, or for those who want an introduction to graduate work before starting a Ph.D. program. The M.A. degree is recommended for persons who are not directly involved in chemical research; it may be sufficient for those individuals teaching at the high school or community college levels. Graduate courses also support the M.A. in Natural Science. For more details, please see the links below.
Program Descriptions & Three Year Plans:
Prospective Graduate Students:
Current Graduate Students:
Please see Forms page for links to important program documents under the bold heading "GRADUATE STUDENTS."
Other Useful Links:
Campus Policy in Compliance with the American Disabilities Act
Safety Sheet for Teaching Laboratories
Safety Sheet for Research Laboratories
Course Learning Objectives
Current Class Schedules
Emergency and Evacuation Plans
University Learning Goals