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Non-Degree Seeking Admission to the Chemistry Graduate Program

Students who wish to apply for admission to the Chemistry graduate program as non-degree seeking students must have obtained a bachelor’s degree with a minimum GPA of 2.0. It is expected that the student will submit a statement of purpose with their application describing their reasons for enrolling with our department. If a non-degree seeking student later applies for graduate admission as a regular degree-seeking (and is admitted by the department), the total of transfer credit may not exceed 6 credit hours. All coursework considered for transfer credit must be approved by the department.


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