If you wish to pursue graduate study in chemistry, your best preparation is a bachelor of science degree in a chemical science. If you do not have an undergraduate degree in chemistry, you may also submit evidence that you’ve successfully completed eight or more credit hours in each of the following: inorganic chemistry; organic chemistry; analytical chemistry; physical chemistry; and general physics. You should also have taken at least six credits of mathematics, including differential and integral calculus.
Months of entry
The widely-respected Master of Science program in Chemistry at St. John’s University will prepare you for a career in industry, education, government laboratories, or private research, or to pursue a doctoral degree in the field. It features a broad and cross-disciplinary curriculum that includes such areas as: organic and inorganic chemistry; computer applications in chemistry; natural products; methods of analysis; and reaction kinetics.
You’ll work closely with distinguished faculty members as part of the supportive scholarly community that exists within SJU’s Department of Chemistry. You may also have the opportunity to supervise undergraduate laboratory activities as a graduate assistant, receiving tuition remission and a stipend in return.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Department of Chemistry
- (718) 990-6297