Carnegie Mellon Graduate Program
Department of Chemistry
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photo of Mike Hendrich with students in his lab.Carnegie Mellon Chemistry has faculty renowned in several areas: bioorganic, bioinorganic, biophysical, computational, experimental chemical physics, materials, organic, NMR spectroscopy, nuclear, polymer, and theoretical chemistry. Ph.D. students in the department begin research quickly, develop their own original proposals, and gain excellent communication skills to support a successful career.

Prospective students can learn about degrees offered, faculty by research area, key program features, requirements, courses, and financial support and fellowships.

How to Apply provides on-line and paper application (36K PDF file) options, this section summarizes the materials needed for a graduate application to be considered.

Guide to Graduate Studies includes an orientation to who’s who in the department, detailed Ph.D. and M.S. program requirements, and links to key college and university policies.

Professional development and career resources include programs specifically for scientists and broader programs to develop teaching, management, and entrepreneurial abilities. Information on travel grants is also provided.

Alumni information is available on Ph.D. dissertations and positions held by recent graduates.

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Department of Chemistry
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