What will I learn?

The master's program in chemistry increases the professional competence of the chemist beyond the bachelor's degree. Course work, independent research and small group discussions are emphasized to achieve these goals. The Master of Science degree can be viewed as an important professional goal or as preparation for study toward the doctoral degree.

The masterÕs program in chemistry increases the professional competence of the chemist beyond the bachelor's degree. Course work, independent research and small group discussions are emphasized to achieve this goal. The master of science degree can be viewed as an important professional goal or as preparation for study toward the doctoral degree. A nonthesis M.S. option is available for students with full-time employment whose current work responsibilities preclude the possibility of conducting the requisite research for the thesis-based M.S. degree. School teachers, non-traditional students, and employees of local industry who want to earn an M.S. degree for promotions and/or to meet eligibility requirements for teaching positions at regional community colleges may wish to pursue this option. A Professional Science MasterÕs in Green Chemistry and Engineering option is available for students who want to concentrate their M.S. studies on green chemistry principles and incorporate aspects of green engineering, business, and other professional skills into their M.S. degree in chemistry. The PSM option is intended for students seeking jobs in industry, selected government agencies, or non-governmental organizations that require skills beyond those obtained in a traditional chemistry curriculum. The PSM track in Green Chemistry and Engineering is not a research-based M.S. degree.

Which department am I in?

College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Study options

Full Time (Thesis: At least 30 hours of graduate credit; Non-Thesis: At least 32 hours of graduate credit)

Tuition fees
USD $990.23 per credit hour
Start date

Expected January, August 2022

Venue

University of Toledo

2801 West Bancroft,

TOLEDO,

Ohio,

43606, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

All applicants are required to have Four-year Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited college or university with A 2.70 cumulative GPA for all previous academic work. All applicants with less than a 2.70 cumulative GPA on all undergraduate work are required to submit GRE scores. Some programs may have higher GPA requirements. English Language Requirements: TOEFL IBT equal to 80 or above, TOEFL PBT: 550 or IELTS equal to 6.5.

For international students

Four-year BachelorÕs Degree from a regionally accredited college or university. A 2.70 cumulative GPA for all previous academic work. All applicants with less than a 2.70 cumulative GPA on all undergraduate work.

English language requirements: TOEFL PBT (550), TOEFL IBT (80), IETLS (6.5).

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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