Graduate Programs Overview

Why graduate studies in Chemistry at Marquette?

The Department of Chemistry offers graduate programs leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees across a broad spectrum of fields including analytical, biochemistry, inorganic, organic, polymer, and physical chemistry as well as chemical physics. A recent ACS survey found that 90% of Ph.D. chemists find their work challenging and are working in their fields of interest.

Doctoral program degree requirements:

Read about the research interests of our faculty.

Careers in Chemistry Information

Ready to Apply?

Applications must be submitted through the Graduate School's online system. For details, please visit marquette.edu/grad/.

If you have any questions about the application process, please contact our recruiter Tim Carter in the Graduate School at timothy.carter@marquette.edu.

Required Application Materials:

Required Documents How To Submit
Application Online
Curriculum Vitae (CV) Online
Official transcripts of all academic work

Sent directly to the Graduate School by your previous institution(s). Transcript Guidelines.
*WES and ECE evaluations are not official transcripts.

Three letters of recommendation Online
Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test scores

Must be sent directly to the Graduate School by ETS.
Use code 1448.
(Photocopies and scans are not acceptable.)

TOEFL exam scores
(if non-US applicant)

Must be sent directly to the Graduate School by ETS.
Use code 1448.
(Photocopies and scans are not acceptable.)
Guidelines for testing and minimum scores.

*It is important that applicants notify the Graduate School if their mailing address or email address changes. Both methods of communication are used during the application process.

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