Master of Science in the Field of Environmental and Green Chemistry

Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.

The following requirements must be fulfilled:

The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate Programs.

30 credits, including 18 credits in required courses and 12 credits in elective courses.

Required
CHEM 6280Energy and the Environment
CHEM 6281Environmental Chemistry: Air, Water, and Soil
CHEM 6282Green Industrial Chemistry
CHEM 6283Chemical Toxicology and Rational Design of Safer Chemicals
CHEM 6284Environmental Analytical Chemistry
CHEM 6298Capstone Seminar in Environmental and Green Chemistry
Electives
12 credits from the following:
CHEM 6350Selected Topics in Organic Chemistry
CHEM 6251Advanced Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 6320Selected Topics in Analytical Chemistry
CHEM 6238Chem of Inorganic Materials
CHEM 6278Molecular Spectroscopy
CHEM 6257Physical-Organic Chemistry
STAT 6202Mathematical Statistics II
IAFF 6153Science, Technology, and National Security
IAFF 6141International Science and Technology Policy Cornerstone
IAFF 6142Technology Creation/Diffusion
IAFF 6151Environmental Policy
IAFF 6158Special Topics in International Science and Technology Policy (Science, Technology and International Development)
IAFF 6158Special Topics in International Science and Technology Policy (International Issues in Energy)
IAFF 6158Special Topics in International Science and Technology Policy (Science, Technology and Complexity)
IAFF 6158Special Topics in International Science and Technology Policy (Environmental Security)
SMPP 6290Special Topics (Strategy for Sustainable Enterprise )
SMPP 6290Special Topics (Sustainability Management and Policy)
SMPP 6290Special Topics (Clean Tech and Competitive Energy Markets)
PUBH 6004Environmental and Occupational Health in a Sustainable World
PUBH 6126Assessment&Control/Env Hazards
PUBH 6002Biostatistical Applications for Public Health
PPPA 6066Environmental Policy
ECON 6237Economics of the Environment and Natural Resources
EMSE 6200Policy Factors in Environmental and Energy Management
ENRP 6101Environmental Sciences I: Physical Sciences
ENRP 6102Environmental Sciences II: Life Sciences
Alternate elective courses may be selected subject to program director's approval.