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SILVER CENTER • 100 WASHINGTON SQUARE EAST, 10TH FLOOR • NEW YORK, NY 10003-6688 • 212-998-8400
CHAIR OF THE DEPARTMENT:
Professor James Canary
DIRECTOR OF GRADUATE STUDIES:
Professor Kent Kirshenbaum
Master of Science Program in Chemistry
Students must satisfactorily complete 32 points (minimum of 24 points while in residence at New York University) with a GPA of 3.0 or better and no single class grade below B-. Students are required to take a 0 point course CHEM-GA 2673, Professional Development, in the Sciences, during the first semester in residence.
Doctor of Philosophy Program in Chemistry
The Doctor of Philosophy is a research degree. It signifies that the recipient is able to conduct independent research and has both a broad basic knowledge of all areas of chemistry and a comprehensive knowledge of one field in particular. Since graduate students arrive with a variety of backgrounds, some with M.S. degrees from other institutions in the United States and abroad, the program of courses for each student is designed in consultation with the director of graduate studies, taking each student’s specific background, experience, and interests into account.