Qualified applicants requiring prerequisite courses may be required to take up to two such courses in addition to their regular graduate program. Applicants with deficiencies in their undergraduate preparation may be required to take a qualifying program. This does not apply to International Students.
Candidates for the master's degree may register on either a full-time or a part-time basis. It is also possible to carry out MSc studies on a CO-OP basis with the collaboration of an employer. Co-op MSc graduate studies are arranged as a form of a full-time or part-time program where the student conducts research of interest to the employer, normally in the employer's laboratory, but directs the project toward a thesis topic acceptable to the department at Concordia and under the guidance of an academic supervisor in the department. The student will spend one term, normally with the support of an employer, gaining experience teaching in undergraduate laboratories and participating actively in the departmental seminars. This program will be available in areas of chemistry and biochemistry where the department has the resources to provide a suitable academic co-supervisor. It is a condition of the program that the employers agree to the publication of thesis results. Prospective applicants should contact the Department for further details.
Fully-qualified candidates are required to complete a minimum of 45 credits.
Please see the Chemistry Courses page for course descriptions.
• CHEM 655 Master’s Research and Thesis (33.00)
• CHEM 666 MSc Seminar (3.00)
Topics in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
Topics in Bioorganic and Organic Chemistry
Topics in Physical Chemistry
Topics in Bioinorganic and Inorganic Chemistry
Topics in Multidisciplinary Chemistry
Topics in Biochemistry
Seminars. Each student is required to attend and participate in departmental seminars.
Research Areas. Areas for possible research are listed before the PhD in Philosophy section.
Cross-Registration. Students may, with the permission of their supervisory committee, cross-register for courses currenting in the Topics categories in other Quebec institutions.
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