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Graduate Program

The department of chemistry offers MS and PhD degrees in conjunction with the T.J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (SOPHS) as a part of the Pharmaceutical Sciences and Chemistry Graduate Program (PSCP). Graduate students admitted to the Department of Chemistry through the Graduate School receive:

  • a professional and modern education (Courses),
  • exciting and future-oriented research projects (see Chemistry Faculty) supported by state-of-the-art equipment,
  • close faculty/student interaction to support timely graduation and high research output preparing them for a future career in academia and the chemical industry.

Graduate students can earn an MS or a PhD in Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences with emphasis in bioanalytical chemistry, physical chemistry and biochemistry or an emphasis in synthesis and drug discovery/design. 

Ph. D. Program Requirements

Program description and admission requirements

M. S. Program Requirements

Program description and admission requirements

Graduate Research Focus Areas ("Tracks")

This page gives a brief description of the two chemistry-related M. S./Ph. D. tracks.

Graduate Courses

This page provides brief descriptions of graduate courses offered by the Department of Chemistry.

Previous Ph. D. dissertations

This page lists Ph. D. dissertations from the Department of Chemistry.

Financial Aid

Teaching assistantships and tuition remission


Admission requirements and procedure