Graduate Studies

chemistry
The Master of Science in Chemistry is a research-based degree.
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THIS PROGRAM IS SUSPENDED, AND NO LONGER ACCEPTING STUDENTS.

Applicants to the M.S. in Chemistry program must have an undergraduate major in Chemistry with courses equivalent to those required for a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry at SUNY Fredonia.

The degree comprises 30 credit hours of graduate level courses in chemistry, which can include up to 12 credit hours in courses from related fields (biology, geosciences, mathematics, physics). Courses from related fields must be approved in advance by the departmental Graduate Study Committee in the Chemistry Department.

 

Admission Requirements

  • An undergraduate major in Chemistry with courses equivalent to those required for a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry at SUNY Fredonia.
  • A completed graduate application.


Program Requirements

A minimum of 30 semester hours as follows:

  • Graduate-level courses in chemistry, which can include up to 12 credit hours in courses from related fields (e.g., biology, geosciences, mathematics, and physics). Must be approved in advance by the advisor and the Graduate Study Committee in the Department of Chemistry).
  • Research course sequence
  • Research Proposal
  • Seminar (One seminar/year is expected)
  • Written Thesis
  • Final Comprehensive Oral Examination

Total Credit Hours for Program Completion: 30



Additional Resources

Dr. Holly Lawson, Program Coordinator
Department of Chemistry Website


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