If you are graduating this spring with a B.S. in Chemistry or Biochemistry you might consider pursuing a Master of Science degree in Chemistry at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
The Professional Chemistry Thesis track offers concentrations in Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry or Physical Chemistry. There are also two professional non-thesis tracks offered: Professional Chemical Business Track and Professional Chemical Education Track.
Any student interested in applying to the program for Fall semester 2020, can follow the instructions in the flyer or contact Dr. Laurence Angel (Laurence.Angel@tamuc.edu) for additional information.
Senior undergraduate students who are studying chemistry are invited to apply to the Cornell Master’s of Engineering program. They are accepting applications until January 15, 2020, so apply now! See this flyer for more information and find more information on how to apply here.
Interested in becoming a math or science teacher after graduation? Apply for Ohio University’s Noyce Teaching Fellowship Program!
As part of this program, you will:
- earn a tuition-free one year Master’s degree and teaching certification
- receive a 14,000 dollar stipend during program year
- join Ohio University’s network of STEM teaching fellows
- work with faculty and experienced mentors
- participate in STEM-related community service
- teach in a high-needs school for 4 years after completing your master’s degree and teaching certification
- receive a 11,000 dollar salary supplement during first four years teaching
Applications for 2020 will be accepted from December 1, 2019 until March 30, 2020. Apply and find more information here.
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Are you a graduating chemistry or biochemistry student? Consider applying to Purdue University’s Professional Masters Program at the Davidson School of Chemical Engineering. They are currently accepting applications for Autumn 2019. The program offers affordable tuition, a flexible curriculum, research opportunities that provide interaction with industry leaders, and opportunity for employment in the chemical process industry.
Click here to learn more about the program.
You can apply here if you are interested. They are accepting applications until May 1, 2019.
The University of Kentucky is now offering a Masters degree in Forensic Toxicology and Analytical Genetics. This degree focuses on both Forensic Toxicology/Chemistry and Analytical Genetics/DNA, and is currently accepting applications for fall semester, 2019.
The Forensic Toxicology and Analytical Genetics degree will provide students with two internships which will prepare students for their careers, as well as preparation for courtroom testimony. Students who are interested may contact Dr. Isabel Mellon or the department of Toxicology and Cancer Biology. More information about the degree and the application process can be found on their website.
Texas A&M University Commerce is now accepting applications for Spring 2019! Looking for the right M.S program for Chemistry? TAMU-Commerce has three different Master of Science in Chemistry programs to explore.
- Track I: Professional Chemistry Track
- Track II: Professional Chemical Business Track
- Track III: Professional Chemical Education Track
Check out their website for more details on the programs, or contact the Graduate Advisor Dr. Laurence Angel or Department Head Dr. T. West. You can apply now with ApplyTexas!
The ESTEEM Graduate Program is an 11-month master of science degree program at the University of Notre Dame that equips students from technical backgrounds with the skills and experience to launch new businesses. Over the course of a year, students are immersed in an entrepreneurial sandbox, where they get their hands dirty with innovation and launching new ventures through a cutting-edge curriculum, a capstone commercialization thesis for an emerging technology, and outstanding out-of-the-classroom experiences.
The Esteem Graduate Program offers an 86% placement rate at graduation and an average scholarship amount of 22.7 thousand dollars.
More information can be found on their brochure.
“A unique one-year program that prepares students, committed to environmental protection, for leadership positions in sustainability.”
Columbia University’s MPA in Environmental Science and Policy is the only public policy program in the country to anchor the study of sustainability policy and management in basic applied environmental science. In the one-year program, students learn basic applied environmental science, policy analysis, and management. The program emphasizes practical skills and hands-on learning. Graduates join an international network of alumni, who are making a real difference from positions in government, business, and civil society.
There will be an online information session on October 22.
Deadlines to apply:
November 1, 2018 – Early Decision Application Deadline
January 15, 2019 – Fellowship Consideration Deadline
February 15, 2019 – Final Application Deadline
More information can be found on the program’s website, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
Are you a graduating senior pondering about what to do next? Georgetown University is offering a program for Master of Science in Environmental Metrology & Policy. The program involves a unique collaboration with Georgetown University, the US National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST), the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Agilent Technologies, Inc. to bring deeper understanding in environmental chemistry, metrology, risk assessment, law and more. The curriculum is a two years/40 credits, after-work course schedule and includes research-oriented courses. This rigorous curriculum also includes a program funded 10 week summer research internships at NIST and EPA. The application deadline for the program is July 1st, 2018. For more information, click here for the brochure or visit emap.georgetown.edu.
The University of Illinois offers a unique type of Master’s program called the Professional Science Master’s (PSM). The program integrates education in a scientific discipline with practical training in business, management, and organizational leadership. Students of the Illinois PSM take the same rigorous graduate level science classes as their colleagues but replace research and thesis writing with hands-on industry experience and introductory MBA level business courses through the university’s College of Business.
The Illinois PSM program is designed for students who seek graduate-level knowledge, but do not wish to work directly with research. Many of their students aspire to be project managers, entrepreneurs and help solve some of the most challenging problems we are facing in feeding, fueling, and conserving resources for our growing population. These students excel at explaining the technical sciences to non-technical audiences both in the company and among the general population.
They offer six programs: Agricultural Production, Bioprocessing & Bioenergy, Food Science & Human Nutrition, Geographic Information Science, and Technical Systems Management.
For more information about the Illinois PSM program, check out their Quick Guide or visit their website.