Those wishing to apply for admission to Graduate Studies in Chemistry at MUN should consult our "Future Students" page for graduate admissions.
The degrees of Master of Science (M.Sc.) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) are offered in chemistry by full-time or part-time study. The length of the graduate programme for full-time students is usually two years for the M.Sc. and four years for the PhD. Our programs prepare students for careers in government and industrial research, college teaching, and university research and teaching. The M.Sc. and PhD programs of study consist of courses and research work, and require the submission of a thesis describing the results of original research. Thesis and non-thesis programs leading to a Masters in Environmental Science and Masters in Computational Science are currently being offered in the Faculty of Science.
Summary of Regulations
Graduate programs in chemistry are governed by the general and specific regulations given in the School of Graduate Studies calendar. All students are advised to consult this calendar when they begin their program.
Students holding a B.Sc. degree in Chemistry can apply for admission to either the M.Sc. or PhD program, while students holding an M.Sc. degree are normally admitted directly into the PhD program. Students who do not hold a chemistry degree are generally admitted initially to the M.Sc. program. Students registered in the M.Sc. program may be recommended for transfer to the PhD program during, or subsequent to, the third semester of study. Admission to all Chemistry graduate programs is limited and made on a competitive basis.