The graduate program in Chemistry & Chemical Biology at Cornell provides broad research and educational training opportunities across the chemical sciences and includes a traditional Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) program as well as a new one-year Master of Science (M.S.) program.
Graduate Program Overview
As one of the nation's most distinguished Chemistry departments, Cornell's Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology (C&CB) has been home to four Nobel Prize winners, was the founding institution for the Journal of Physical Chemistry (J. Phys. Chem.), and has been consistently ranked as a Top 10 Chemistry graduate program by U.S. News & World Report.
- Entering the Ph.D. Program
- Teaching Assistant Training Program (TATP)
- Ph.D. Coursework
- Finding a Mentor and Laboratory to Conduct Thesis Research
- Special Committee
- Financial Support
The Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology (C&CB) at Cornell University has initiated a program leading to a Master of Science (M.S.) degree.