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Master of Science in Chemistry

The Master of Science in chemistry program prepares students for employment in chemical and related industries, a wide range of government agencies, and two-year college teaching. It also prepares the student for further study toward advanced degrees in chemistry, pharmacology, toxicology, oceanography, medicine, environmental science, and related fields. 

The program is offered in both thesis and non-thesis plans. Students can focus their graduate work in a traditional area of chemistry (analytical, biochemistry, inorganic, organic or physical) or in an interdisciplinary area such as environmental chemistry, chemical education, polymer chemistry or toxicology.
program requirements
Contact Us: 

Ferman Chavez (Non-Thesis)
227 Science and Engineering Building

Roman Dembinski (Thesis)
225 Science and Engineering Building
(248) 370-2248|

Advising Forms:

MS (Thesis) Course Requirements.pdf

MS (non-Thesis) Course Requirements.pdf