M.A. degree program in chemistry
HEGIS code 1905
NYS SED program code 02083

Program Heads

Name
Title
Phone
Email
Office Hours
Magliozzo, Richard S Graduate Deputy 718-951-2845 3148 Ingersoll Hall rmaglioz @ brooklyn.cuny.edu by appointment

 

Admission Requirements

Department Chemistry
Fall Application Deadline March 1st
Spring Application Deadline November 1st
Supporting Documents for Matriculation:
Please submit the following documents to the Office of Admissions: official transcripts from all colleges or universities attended, two letters of recommendation.
TOEFL (paper, computer, internet) 500, 173, 61
Examinations

 

This program is intended for students who seek advanced study in the fundamentals of chemistry. It is appropriate for individuals wishing to pursue careers in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries in research and development or in quality control positions or as preparation for doctoral studies. Students complete the degree by passing a comprehensive exam.
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Matriculation requirements
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Applicants must offer the following: two terms of general chemistry including qualitative analysis; one term of analytical chemistry; two terms of organic chemistry; two terms of physical chemistry; two terms of calculus; and two terms of general physics.

General matriculation and admission requirements of the Division of Graduate Studies are in the section "Admission" of the Graduate Bulletin.
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Degree requirements
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Thirty credits are required for the M.A. degree.
Students must complete 24 credits in courses in the Chemistry Department. The following courses are required:
Chemistry 7110G, 7761G, 7550G, 7571G or 7670G, 7640G, 7420G and 7421G.

The remaining credits required for the M.A. degree may be in graduate courses in any department approved by the deputy chairperson.

Students must pass a comprehensive examination.

Courses in the Chemistry Department offered toward the degree must be 7000-level courses.

The program of study must be approved by the deputy chairperson.