A masters degree in chemistry prepares you for a job in a countless number of industries and for Ph.D. programs in chemistry. Maximize your career potential by gaining skills that are transferable to any field of interest.
The program offers two options: a thesis or a project. Concentrations are available in organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, polymer chemistry, materials science, and biochemistry. Customized concentrations are available to accommodate specific student interests and needs relating to graduate study in chemistry.
Program facilities equipment
Students are exposed to several different resources throughout their education: GC-MS, LC-MS, HPLC systems, Atomic Absorption, 300 MHz, NMR, 500MHz NMR, Fluorimeters, UV-Vis, Centrifuge, Electrochem Equipment, Viscometer, Electrophoresis, TGA’s, DSC’s, DMA. Magnetic susceptibility optical microscope inert gas chamber spin coater.
Program job titles reported
Analytical Chemist; Organic Chemist; Assistant/Associate Research and Development Scientist; Quality Control Specialist; Inorganic Chemist; Materials Scientist; Physical Chemist; Medical Chemist; Lab Technician
Program significant points
- In addition to covering chemistry in our courses, we also place a high emphasis on effective communication, which includes a scientific writing course and at least two seminar presentations.
Select program hiring partners
Sevenson Environmental Services, Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute, The Getty Foundation
|Outcome||% of Students|
|Full-time Graduate Study||67.00%|