Graduate Programs Overview
You’ll have opportunities to participate in world-class scientific
experiments, submit articles to journals and present your work at scientific meetings.
You’ll work in newly renovated research labs with
state-of-the-art instrumentation and have access to the university’s parallel
We’ll help you grow as an independent scientist by honing
your research, oral communication and written communication skills
A flexible curriculum allows you to tailor a program to fit your
individual interests. And a flexible schedule, including many evening classes,
allows you to complete the program on a part- or full-time basis.
Thanks to a ratio of one full-time faculty member for every four
students, you’re never just a face in a crowd. Far from it — the mentoring
relationships you develop here will carry into your professional life.
We offer financial aid to students every year in the form of
research assistantships or teaching assistantships with tuition credits, a
competitive stipend and health care benefits.
The Department of Chemistry offers graduate programs leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees across a broad spectrum of fields including analytical, biochemistry, inorganic, organic, polymer, and physical chemistry as well as chemical physics. A recent ACS survey found that 90% of Ph.D. chemists find their work challenging and in their fields of interest.
Doctoral program degree requirements:
- 18 hours of formal coursework (selected in consultation with faculty advisor)
- 6 hours of independent study
- Research/literature seminar presented in 4th semester
- Doctoral qualifying exam (research meeting) in 5th semester
Research interests of our faculty:
Careers in Chemistry information
Ready to Apply?
Please download and complete the application form, and email this to the department at: email@example.com. The application fee will be waived if you send your application directly to the department.
Required Application Materials:
- Application form
- Current Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Official Transcripts of all academic work
- 3 Letters of Recommendation: These should be arranged by the applicant and sent directly (via email or post) by the recommender.
- TOEFL exam scores (if non-US): These must be sent directly to the University (Graduate School); copies are not acceptable.
Optional Application Materials:
- Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores
- GRE subject (Chemistry) score
These documents can be sent via email (if applicable) to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to the following address:
Chair, Graduate Recruiting and Admissions Committee
Department of Chemistry
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881