Master of Science Degree in Chemistry
The M.S. degree is awarded after satisfactory completion of a minimum of 45 credit hours in chemistry and related fields, at least 30 credits of which must be taken at Drexel. Both thesis and non-thesis options are available.
Up to 9 credits of coursework may be replaced by either CHEM 997 or by sections of CHEM 680 involving laboratory research. No later than the spring term of the first year of coursework, a student should choose a research advisor with whom to work in carrying out an original investigation in chemistry. The results will be written up in thesis form and submitted to an M.S. thesis committee consisting of the research advisor and two other departmental faculty appointed by the advisor. The acceptance by this committee of the M.S. thesis completes the thesis option requirements for the M.S. degree. Students in the M.S. program receiving financial aid from the department must elect the thesis option if they do not pursue the Ph.D. program at Drexel.
Requirements for Admission
Degree Requirements: M.S. Chemistry
Chemistry Course Descriptions