MSES- MS Chemistry
The dual master’s degree in Chemistry and Environmental Science is a multi-disciplinary science masters with a focus on Environmental Chemistry, Toxicology, and Risk Assessment and a strong policy and management component. Instead of a master’s thesis, the students complete a capstone course and a summer internship to better prepare them for a professional career in the sciences. The program requires 51 credit hours of course work and can be completed in just two years. Students in this program must be accepted in the MS in Chemistry program of the Department of Chemistry and the MS in Environmental Science program (MSES) of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA). The student must design their dual degree curriculum in consultation with a graduate advisor in the Chemistry Department and the program director for the MSES program in SPEA.
*Upon completion of the program, the student will receive two degrees in just two years total: An MS in Chemistry and an MS in Environmental Science.