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Chemistry: Education, MS

The Master of Science in Chemical Education prepares versatile, well-informed chemistry graduates by providing advanced training in education research as it pertains to Chemistry.  Students in this program work one-on-one with faculty member experts in fields such as education, psychology, and statistics, in addition to coursework and research in chemistry.  Graduates of the program are well qualified to conduct master’s level research on chemical education, continue their studies in related programs, teach at 2-year schools or as a lecturer at larger colleges, or enter the workforce directly. 

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  • UNC Main Campus

Tuition & Fees

Total Degree Requirements

30 Credit Hours

Graduate Coordinator

Richard Hyslop, 970-351-1288

Additional Information

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