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Graduate Schools and Programs
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The SMART Scholarship for Service Program is an opportunity for students pursuing a Service, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics focused degree to receive a scholarship and employment after graduation as a civilian scientist or engineer at a Department of Defense facility. Scholarships awarded include a stipend, full tuition, and other benefits.
At Bryn Mawr College, the Departments of Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics offer programs leading to the Ph.D. degree. This co-educational graduate school is kept deliberately small and selective to provide a first-class educational experience for all students while facilitating flexibility, creativity and innovation. The Graduate Group in Science and Mathematics fosters interdisciplinary thinking in the sciences and provides for a unique interdisciplinary approach to professional development. The graduate program in chemistry is designed to prepare students for professional careers in research and teaching by providing them with a sound background in modern chemistry.
Columbia University’s program in chemical engineering is one of the oldest in the country with a degree program established in 1905. Columbia Chemical Engineering has continuously evolved since its inception to remain relevant and vital to the nation's workforce. Our modern degree programs in chemical engineering now emphasize product development and design much more than chemical processing, and offer more diversity and options to the student to explore specialized area of emerging technologies, while maintaining the fundamentals-based approach to problem solving.
Columbia University’s Chemical Engineering Master of Science (M.S.) program is especially designed to provide excellent preparation for students who will be seeking employment in industry. The program offers the chance to study the newest and most important chemical engineering topics in depth. Students may also broaden out with some classes outside of chemical engineering. Through our Scientist to Engineer (S2E) Program, students who hold a B.A. or B.S. degree in chemistry, physics, mathematics or other science disciplines, may earn a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering as excellent preparation towards entry into industry or admission to a US chemical engineering doctoral program.
The FSU department of Chemistry and Biochemistry offers Ph.D. degrees that prepare students for careers in chemical, biochemical, environmental, pharmaceutical, medicinal, and industrial fields. We are proud of our cutting-edge research, educational programs, and state-of-the-art research facilities, which are available to all of our graduate students.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania Chemistry Department offers Professional Science Masters in Applied and Industrial Chemistry. The program is internship based, and requires both Chemistry and Business courses. Additionally, students do applied research projects with faculty.
Research is the focus of the Chemistry PhD program at Iowa State. We offer traditional and interdisciplinary majors in analytical, bio-related, inorganic, organic, physical, including theoretical/computational chemistry, and a special "chemistry" major designed by the student and their major professor.
Since 1823, MCPHS University, formerly Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, has been a global leader in healthcare education. For almost 200 years, we've been driven by a commitment to educate students for rewarding healthcare careers by providing them with cutting-edge programs, hands-on experience, and state-of-the-art facilities.
We offer undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral level academic programs across a wide spectrum of healthcare specialties, connections with world-class healthcare institutions, and a fun urban campus culture. Our campuses are located in Boston, MA, Worcester, MA, and Manchester, NH.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is the nation's oldest technological research university. Located in the Capital District of New York State, Rensselaer offers a broad range of graduate programs across six schools--Architecture, Engineering, Science, Lally School of Management, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Information Technology & Web Science. Unique programs include interdisciplinary degrees in information technology, the MFA and Ph.D. in Electronic Arts, and extensive opportunities in biotechnology, nanotechnology and energy and the environment.
The graduate program in TAMU chemistry is designed to provide students with a solid grounding in the fundamentals of the broad field of chemistry, as well as rigorous training in research and communication skills. Our graduates pursue careers in academia, at government laboratories and in the chemical industry.
The Department of Chemistry Offers M.S. and Ph.D. degrees with research spanning the traditional areas of organic, inorganic, analytical and physical chemistry, as well as in multidisciplinary programs in Nanotechnology, Materials, Chemical Education, Sustainable Materials and Alternative Energy, and Biological and Environmental Chemistry.
The University of Pennsylvania Master of Chemical Sciences combines the rigor of an Ivy-League with the flexibility of a professional masters. This degree will prepare students to continue to a Ph.D. programs as well as a career in industry.
Highly ranked for its research in analytical, biological, inorganic and materials, organic, physical, and theoretical/computational chemistry, the Department of Chemistry in the Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh has a vibrant graduate program of more than 200 students, along with an ACS honored undergraduate curriculum.
WPI's graduate program in Chemistry and Biochemistry challenges students to develop answers to modern puzzles throughout the chemical sciences. Students employ cutting-edge research facilities and a flexible curriculum to real-world challenges in biochemistry, green chemistry, chemical sensing, materials science, and chemical synthesis.