Welcome to our Graduate Program
The Department of Chemistry has as its main goal the education and training of professional chemists for entry into industry, government, or the academic world. Graduate students pursue research-oriented programs of study leading to the Ph.D. or M.S. degrees. Most graduate students directly pursue a Ph.D. without getting the M.S. degree, and they can specialize in analytical, inorganic (or bioinorganic), organic, or physical chemistry. Additionally, numerous areas of interdisciplinary research may be pursued by students, regardless of their major area in courses.
Most graduate students directly pursue a Ph.D. without getting the M.S. degree, and they can specialize in analytical, inorganic (or bioinorganic), organic, or physical chemistry.
Program Information and Resources
The average Ph.D. student finishes the degree requirements in about five years.
Graduate Courses & Course Schedules
See all course descriptions and up-to-date course schedules
How to Apply
Find application procedures for both the MS and PhD programs
Find out about all the different types of financial aid available
Graduate Student Forms
Forms you might need during your tenure in the MS or PhD program
Graduate Student Handbook
The handbook outlines current complete degree requirements for a graduate degree in Philosophy from UGA.
Frequently asked questions about the Chemistry Graduate Program