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UNT's Master of Science in Chemistry offers concentrations in analytical, inorganic, organic and physical chemistry, as well as industrial chemistry and chemistry education.
New frontiers in chemistry often incorporate two or more traditional areas, and your advisors can help you design unique interdisciplinary study opportunities. A wide variety of research programs are available, including:
Research laboratories are housed in the Chemistry Building and the Science Research Building with access to university-wide shared facilities, including those at Discovery Park. Our department possesses a large and well-maintained suite of equipment and instruments for research.
The department also houses the Center for Advanced Scientific Computing and Modeling (CASCaM), one of the nation’s foremost computational chemistry programs. CASCaM maintains a state-of-the-art high-performance computing facility available for extensive quantum chemistry and molecular modeling applications by both computational and experimental research groups in chemistry. The department also maintains:
Earning an advanced degree in chemistry prepares you to be a leader in the scientific and technological advances that will bring us a better future. M.S. and Ph.D. graduates are valued for their knowledge of advanced subject material and, especially, for their research skills and experience.
Recent alumni of UNT's chemistry graduate program have received positions at world-class companies and institutions, including: