Thank you for your interest in East Carolina University's MS Chemistry program. Our program offers:
The MS Chemistry degree requires a minimum of 30 semester hours of graduate work, and competitive stipends are available for teaching assistants. More information about courses and requirements can be found using the links at the left.
The Chemistry Department also participates in and oversees
its own concentration in the Interdisciplinary
Doctoral Program in the Biological Sciences (IDPBS)! Our PhD students
receive instruction in several fields of bioscience and technology, and perform
groundbreaking research with faculty in the Department of Chemistry in an attentive
and supportive environment.
Questions about either program? Contact:
Dr. Anthony Kennedy, Director of Graduate Studies
582 Science and Technology Buildingkennedyan@ecu.edu (252) 328-9816