Graduate Studies

Graduate Programs

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry offers a Ph.D. Program in Medicinal Biochemistry and the Master of Science degree in Chemistry and the Master of Science degree in Biochemistry. The M.S. programs give students the opportunity to demonstrate and develop their potential for work in chemistry or biochemistry. They are especially attractive to those who have been out of an academic environment for some time or for those who wish to reinforce their undergraduate science experience. The M.S. degree programs in Chemistry and Biochemistry prepare students for positions of responsibility in industry or government, for further study toward a doctoral degree, or for teaching at the high school or community college level. 

The M.S. degree programs offered by the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry are very well-rounded terminal degree programs. In addition to course-work in core areas of chemistry or biochemistry, each program emphasizes training in research by requiring a significant research project with a Master's thesis under the supervision of a professor. Students also receive experience in professional presentation through the seminar program and attendance at meetings to present research results. 

Students may work toward the degree on either a full-time or part-time basis. Most courses are offered in the evening to accommodate a working person's schedule. 

A Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in Chemistry Education is offered through the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. See that department's web site for information about the degree.

The Graduate School provides a variety of information about graduate programs and the application process at UNCG.
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For questions or other information about the Chemistry or Biochemistry program, contact:

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
435 Sullivan Science Building
P.O. Box 26170
Greensboro, NC 27402-6170

Professor Norman Chiu - PhD Students 
Voice: 336-334-3126

Professor Jason Reddick - MS Students 
Voice: 336-334-3941