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M Chemistry
This is a non-thesis course work based master’s program which aims to (i) provide a strong theoretical and practical foundation in advanced chemistry, without the typical emphasis on research leading to the publication of a thesis; and (ii) cater to students who seek a graduate degree for career or position advancement, increased competence in teaching or industrial settings, or other purposes related to the professional practice of chemistry.

Undergraduate pre-requisite is a B.S. Chemistry degree or its equivalent obtained from a recognized institution of higher learning.

The Master of Chemistry program requires 35 units, broken down as follows: required subjects (17 units), electives (15 units) and a master’s project (3 units). In addition, the student is required to pass the comprehensive examinations.


Curriculum

REQUIRED SUBJECTS 17 units

CH 211 series or CH 212 series Inorganic Chemistry 3 units
CH 221 series or CH 222 series Advanced Organic Chemistry 3 units
CH 235 series or CH 236 series Advanced Analytical Chemistry 3 units
CH 241 series or CH 242 series Advanced Physical Chemistry 3 units
CH 251 series or CH 252 series Advanced Biochemistry 3 units
CH 285.1 & CH 285.2 Graduate Seminars I and II 2 units

Electives 15 units

Any five subjects available at the Chemistry Department or other School of Science and Engineering departments with the approval of the Academic Adviser

Comprehensive Examinations

Master’s Project 3 units




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