The Master of Chemistry degree prepares students for careers as professional chemists.
The curriculum offers a deeper knowledge of the major fields of chemistry, covering the general areas of inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry, as well as many more specialized courses including analytical, nuclear, biophysical chemistry, and chemical biology.
In the course of their studies, students will learn to design, conduct, and analyze research in advanced laboratory courses. Programs offer specializations in fields such as applied chemistry and clinical biochemistry.
Tuition for a one to two-year master’s chemistry program starts at $20,000 USD per academic year, although partial merit scholarships are available for high performing international students based on IELTS (6.5+) and TOEFL (90+) exam scores as well as CGPA and GRE (300+) or GMAT (550+) exam scores.
Many programs incorporate training and practical experience, in the form of research projects, presentations, and OPT and CPT opportunities.
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