The Department of Chemistry offers a program leading to the degrees of:
• MAT, Clinical Master’s - Chemistry
• MAT - Chemistry
• MAT - Physical Sciences (Program for Teachers with Professional Licensure. This program is designed for secondary and middle level subject area teachers who have professional licensure.)
All accepted students must enroll under the direction of their adviser in GP
501 Graduate Program Planning, which is described under “Graduate Adviser
and Program Planning” in the Graduate and Continuing Education section
of the college catalog. As part of their program, students
must satisfactorily complete the following curriculum:
GP 501 Graduate Program Planning
ED 530 Research Methods
ED 531 Chemical
ED 532 Critical Issues - Educators and Society
ED 533 Effective Practice in Human Development and Learning
For program requirements, please view the College Catalog, the official college resource for up-to-date program information and course descriptions. To view current course offerings, please visit InfoBear.
Application for admission should be made through the Office of Graduate and Continuing Education.
M.A.T. students are expected to have, or acquire in addition to degree requirements, an appropriate background of college level courses, to be determined by the department. A minimum of 18 approved graduate credits in the academic area of concentration which meet the academic and professional objectives of the student is required. Successful completion of a comprehensive examination is also required.