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Chemical Education Ph.D.

The Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Education program prepares graduates with the skills to conduct research in chemical education through a combination of graduate coursework in chemistry and other fields of study such as education, psychology and statistics.  Graduates are well qualified to obtain positions in chemical education at a variety of levels, such as science coordinators, chemistry faculty members, or researchers in post-secondary settings. 

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  • UNC Main Campus

Tuition & Fees

Total Degree Requirements

64-94 Credit Hours

Graduate Coordinator

Richard Hyslop, 970-351-1288

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