William and Mary

Master of Science Degree in Environmental Chemistry

This degree is a specialized variation of the Master of Science Degree in Chemistry. The program is designed for students desiring additional preparation for careers or doctoral degree programs with an environmental focus.

A candidate for the degree of Master of Science in Environmental Chemistry must satisfy all the requirements for the M.S. degree in Chemistry and make a selection of graduate courses under the guidance of the [[bebo, chemistry graduate director]] that includes the following Chemistry and Marine Science courses:

  • CHEM 309 Instrumental Analysis
  • CHEM 604 Advanced Analytical Chemistry
  • CHEM 665 Graduate Seminar
  •  MSCI 563 Environmental Chemistry

Of the remaining required credits, at least six credits must be in Chemistry (not including CHEM 665 or CHEM 700). Please consult the graduate catalog for course descriptions.

This program can usually be completed in two years, including summers.