Qualified undergraduates will have completed their sophomore year with a 3.0 cumulative index and a 3.5 index in Chemistry courses applicable to the major. They are enrolled into the program upon application.
Provisional acceptance into the program may be granted to exceptional first and second year students.
With both a bachelor's and master's degree in Chemistry from St. John’s, you’ll be desirable to employers in and beyond science. You’ll be eligible for careers in exciting areas of growth, including:
Industrial chemistry: Research and development, quality control and production, technical sales, marketing and support
Technology: Forensic science, biotechnology, nanotechnology, toxicology, environmental science, petroleum chemistry, food chemistry, cosmetic chemistry, dietary science
Health professions: Medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, pharmacy, medical technology
Government: National laboratory research, Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Food and Drug Administration, Homeland Security
Academia: Faculty and technical support staff
Chemical Information: Science writing, science librarianship, abstracting, publishing, editing, museums, science centers
Intellectual Property Law: Patents
You can apply until:
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Students enrolled in the B.S./M.S. program matriculate for a total of 147/148 credits. A total of at least 126/127 credits must be completed by the end of the fourth year, at which time the B.S. degree is awarded. Completion of a thesis and the remaining hours of course work in the fifth year fulfils the requirements for the M.S. degree. All graduate students must successfully complete CHE 101 Instrumental Analysis, CHE 111 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, CHE 121 Advanced Organic Chemistry and CHE 141 Thermodynamics.
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