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New York University Tandon School of Engineering    
  Aug 20, 2017
2016-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Bulletin (with addenda)

Chemistry, M.S.

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Requirements for the Master of Science

Candidates for the MS in Chemistry plan their programs in accordance with the following list of requirements:

A. Required (core) courses, 4 courses, 3 credits each:

2. Organic chemistry

3. Analytical chemistry

(choose one of the following two)

4. Inorganic chemistry, polymer chemistry, or biochemistry

(choose one of the following three)

B. Seminar: 1.5 Credits

C. Chemical Literature: 1.5 Credits

D. Chemical Colloquium: 0 Credits

E. Chemical Colloquium: 0 Credits

F. Chemical Laboratory Safety: 0 Credits

G. Guided Studies Project: 3 Credits; or MS Thesis in Chemistry: 9 Credits

H. Electives: 12 Credits, or 6 credits for students completing MS Thesis

At least two courses from CM listings, other courses from CM, BE, BT and CBE listings

Total: 30 Credits


To meet graduation requirements, students must have an overall B average in all courses (excluding seminar, chemical information and guided studies). Where CM-GY 9731  and CM-GY 5021  are not offered, they may be replaced by an elective course. Students must be in continuous attendance at the departmental colloquia (CM 9710).

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