Students admitted to the graduate program must have completed a bachelor of science degree in chemistry or a closely related field. Students from countries that offer three-year BS degrees must also earn MS degrees prior to entering the program.
Students generally must have earned a B average (3.0 or equivalent) during their undergraduate and prior graduate work to gain regular admittance. Applicants must also take the GRE exam. A score of 300 on the GRE is required for regular admittance. In special cases, students who achieve the necessary GPA or GRE score, but not both, may be admitted as a conditional admit. Consult the Graduate School’s admission policies for more information.