The Graduate Program in Chemistry
The Department of Chemistry offers a Ph.D.-track graduate program that provides an opportunity for creative, independent thinking. In addition to the more traditional components of the Graduate Program in Chemistry, we provide a unique introduction to the academic career field through our Teaching Mentor Program.
Components of the Graduate Program
The Ph.D. program includes required coursework, divisional requirements for cumulative exams and seminars, a preliminary oral examination, and a thesis research project. Each student works with a faculty advisor of their choosing in order to determine the program of courses that he or she will take after matriculation, and to undertake his or her research. Our graduate degree program can prepare students for positions in industry, research institutes, government agencies and academia.
If you have any questions about the Graduate Program in Chemistry, please contact Sarah Burton, the Department of Chemistry Graduate Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (541) 737-6708.