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2003-2005 EIU Graduate Catalog 
2003-2005 EIU Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


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Program Mission: This program provides advanced study of the major areas of chemistry, including analytical, inorganic, physical, organic, computational, and biochemical.  Students gain original research experience by undertaking a thesis project.  Graduates are qualified for responsible positions in industry, government and education or to enter doctoral study.

Admission Requirements: To be eligible for degree candidacy, applicants must meet all of the requirements for admission to the Graduate School (see “Admission to Graduate Degree and Certificate Programs”). In addition, applicant must provide a documented score on the General Test of the Graduate Record Exam.

Study Plan Approval: The study plan must be approved by the department and filed with the departmental graduate coordinator prior to completion of 12 semester hours of graduate credit which count toward the graduate degree.

Degree Requirements

Degree requirements include those outlined for the Master’s Degree by the Graduate School (see “Requirements for the Master’s Degree”). 

Graduate Assistantships

Information on graduate assistantships may be obtained by contacting the Coordinator of Graduate Studies or Chair, Chemistry, 314 Physical Science Building, EIU. 

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