Master of Arts in Chemistry
This Master of Arts program is designed for those who seek advanced training in chemistry but intend to pursue careers in cognate fields, such as medicine, education or business.
Our AGRADE program is for undergraduate students majoring in chemistry or biochemistry and chemical biology who plan to pursue a master of arts in chemistry. The AGRADE program allows high-achieving students to take a limited number of graduate courses during their undergraduate years.
AGRADE students are allowed to "double-count" these courses toward both their bachelor's and master's degrees if they continue onto the master's program at Wayne State University.
See chemistry graduate admissions for more information.
Dajena Tomco, senior lecturer
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