The School of Green Chemistry and Engineering is currently completing the external approval processes and constitution of the industrial advisory board for the UT approved Professional Science Master's Degree in Green Chemistry and Engineering. The program description and detailed course requirements will be posted at this site by September 15, 2014. Syllabi for new courses on Green Chemistry, Green Engineering, and Environmental Chemistry will be available at that time. The course on Green Chemistry is currently offered in the fall of 2014 by Professor Mark Mason.
The Professional Science Master's Degree in Green Chemistry and Engineering incorporates concepts and examples of green chemistry and green engineering, toxicology, biodegradation, fate of chemicals in the environment, business principles, and a professional skills component. Students will be required to complete an industrial coop or internship. Interested students should check this site for updates by October 1, 2014. We plan to recruit students into this program for fall of 2015, although admission for start in January 2015 is possible.