Graduate Degrees

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Academic Building, SC105
5151 Park Avenue
Fairfield, CT 06825

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Eid A. Alkhatib, Ph.D.
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Tel: 203-365-7546
alkhatibe@sacredheart.edu

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Explore the Frontiers of Chemistry

From drug discovery to nanotechnology, exciting opportunities abound in the dynamic field of chemistry. At Sacred Heart University, we combine theoretical lectures with hands-on lab work to deliver an exceptional learning experience. Our state-of-the-art facilities feature some of the most advanced instrumentation in the region.

Our popular built-for-results program attracts students from all over the world who seek to obtain a competitive, advanced degree and take advantage of Sacred Heart’s ideal location—near many of the country’s top pharmaceutical and industrial companies, including Pfizer, Bristol-Myers Squibb and General Electric.

Whether you seek to advance your career or fulfill requirements in order to pursue a Ph.D, M.D., D.M.D. or D.D.S. degree, the master’s in chemistry at Sacred Heart University can help you accomplish your goals. You will gain knowledge, tools and skills that translate into real-world results—equipping you to effectively contribute on local, national and international levels.  

Designed to support students with varied backgrounds and interests, this program offers you a choice of several options—allowing you to match your schedule with your academic and professional goals. At Sacred Heart University, you can choose from three options:

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Accelerated B.S. to M.S. Program

There is a B.S./M.S. (4+1 degree) for undergraduate students who wish to obtain their master’s degree in one year (Thesis track only). In this program, you will obtain a M.S. in chemistry in one year. Undergraduate students apply at the beginning of junior year and will be accepted and admitted into the program no later than the second semester of their junior year.

Part-time & evening graduate classes for working professionals

This program will accommodate the busy schedules of working professional by offering part-time and evening classes. Thesis and non-thesis tracks available.