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Chemistry & Biochemistry Graduate Program

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The Master of Science with a major in Chemistry is a degree designed for the student who is currently working in a chemically-related field and/or wishes to prepare for more advanced studies in chemistry.

Chemists need to be well versed in several branches of chemistry in order to solve current and future chemical research problems.

The Chemistry major allows the student to acquire a well-rounded, advanced education in chemistry, as well as specialization and research in polymers and materials, biochemistry, and computational chemistry.

The Master of Science in chemistry requires completion of an advanced course of study comprising both formal classes and independant study.

For more information, please consult the Graduate Catalog and Graduate Course Descriptions.

For admissions to programs at the graduate level contact:

Jane Schley
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
4001 W. McNichols Road
Detroit, MI 48221-3038
Phone: (313) 993-1258

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