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The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry offers 3 different graduate degree programs. Two of these are research-based degrees.
The department has research strengths in many areas. In particular, the department is equipped with 4 NMR spectrometers, 4 mass spectrometers, EPR instrumentation, as well as IR and Raman spectrometers. The individual research labs are also well equipped for various analytical and separation methodologies necessary for their research programs in both chemistry and biochemistry. In addition, Toledo is the home of the Ohio Crystallography Consortium with an internationally recognized program of small molecule and macromolecular crystallographic research based on three single crystal diffractometers and one powder machine.
The Ph.D. program aims to prepare students for independent research careers in academia or industry. Moderate coursework requirements paired with our strong research programs offer many opportunities to students interested in a broad range of scientific inquiry.
The master's program in chemistry increases the professional competence of the chemist beyond the bachelor's degree. Course work, independent research and small group discussions are emphasized to achieve these goals. The Master of Science degree can be viewed as an important professional goal or as preparation for study toward the doctoral degree.
The objective of the non-thesis M.S. program is to provide an alternate pathway for students to obtain an M.S. degree in chemistry that does not involve an in-depth research project or a thesis. This degree option is intended for students whose current work responsibilities, or intellectual property issues with their employer, preclude the possibility of conducting the requisite research for the traditional research-based M.S. degree. School teachers, non-traditional students, and employees of local industry who want to earn an M.S. degree for promotions and/or to meet eligibility requirements for teaching positions at regional community colleges may wish to pursue this degree option.
To view more information about our Graduate Programs, please visit the pages listed to the right.
|Graduate Studies Contact Information|
Ronald E. Viola
|Director of Graduate Studies
Joseph A. R. Schmidt
Chair of Graduate