Students typically enter the University's graduate programs in chemistry or biochemistry with undergraduate majors in chemistry, biology, or another natural science; in the case of the clinical chemistry program, they may also enter with an undergraduate major in medical technology.
Many enter the program immediately after earning their undergraduate degree; others enter while employed by industry, various medical laboratories, or educational institutions. 

Graduate Programs and Services

Chemistry (MS)

Biochemistry (MS) 

Clinical Chemistry (MS)  Note the information in the catalog that distinguishes the following tracks.

  • Research Track
  • Administration Track

Combined Program

Academic and Student Support Services 

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