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 [[rdpike, chemistry graduate director]] that includes the following Chemistry and Marine Science courses:
- CHEM 509 Instrumental Analysis
- CHEM 604 Advanced Analytical Chemistry
- CHEM 685 Graduate Seminar
- MSCI 563 Environmental Chemistry
Please consult the graduate catalog for course descriptions and detailed requirements.
This program can usually be completed in two years, including summers.