College of Science Department of Chemistry
10 W 32nd St, 220
Chicago, Illinois, 60616, United States
The Master of Science in Analytical Chemistry is a non-thesis master’s degree designed for professionals interested in pursuing their graduate education in chemistry with a focus on the applications for business and industry, education, government, and the military.
This well established online professional science master's degree provides students with a solid foundation in separation science, spectroscopy, and method development. Courses in communication, statistics, industrial leadership, and business
To earn the master’s degree, you will complete 32 credit hours, which usually can be done remotely in 2.5 years of part-time study. In addition, you will complete a capstone project and take the final oral exam, which is administered on the Mies (Main) Campus in Chicago.
Master's Degree, MS, Master of Science in Analytical Chemistry
The program is designed for chemists working in industry, government and military labs, and for secondary education teachers and chemists working in institutions of higher learning. Ideal candidates have a bachelor's degree in science or engineering and have completed two semesters of organic chemistry, one semester of analytical or quantitative chemistry, one semester of physical chemistry, and one semester of calculus. Strong preference is given to applicants who have work experience in a chemistry-related field.
Minimum GRE requirements: 300 (Quantitative+Verbal); 2.5 (Analytical Writing)