The Chemistry Department at the University of North Dakota offers a unique opportunity for students to pursue the Ph.D. and M.S. degree in areas that transcend the traditional division of chemistry into analytical, inorganic, organic, and physical.
Our graduate program provides students with a pleasant but stimulating atmosphere that promotes expression of one's individuality while setting and maintaining research goals designed to promote accomplishments at the forefront of modern chemistry. As a relatively small department and one that takes pride in the accomplishments of its students, we take the time to provide the necessary direction and help as our students are guided toward their degree goals. In short, our faculty is committed to graduate education.
Graduate Degrees and Resources
Chemistry Degree Options
The Department of Chemistry offers programs at the M.S. and Ph.D. levels leading to degrees in the areas of analytical, inorganic, organic and physical chemistry.
(Thesis, Non-Thesis, Accelerated B.S./M.S or Combined B.S./M.S.)
Pursue research in areas such as bioinorganic, bio-organic, organo-analytical, organometallic and applied and computational chemistry.
The Chemistry Graduate Student Association (CGSA) provides a formal means of communication between graduate students and the faculty as well as the staff/administration.
Financial Support for a Degree
Nearly all graduate students in the Department of Chemistry receive stipends for both the academic year and through the summer months. There are fellowships and scholarships available to those who qualify.