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M.S. students must complete at least 30 semester hours of work, including 24 semester hours of course work (typically eight courses) and six hours of research and thesis preparation.
Placement examinations and consultations with a faculty advisory committee during new-student orientation are used to select first-year study courses. Students normally choose a thesis advisor and committee during the first semester and formulate the remaining course program after consulting with them.
All degree candidates must present at least one research-based seminar to the department as part of their degree program. Most students also present their work outside of Clemson, for example at a national or regional meeting of a scientific society such as the American Chemical Society.
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Entering graduate students will take a series of entrance examinations at the beginning of the first semester of study. Four exams will be given, one each in the areas of analytical, organic, inorganic, and physical chemistry. These are standardized, multiple-choice exams, covering undergraduate-level material. Passing the exam indicates that the student has achieved proficiency in the subject area sufficient to continue taking courses at the graduate level. The exam results will not appear on the student’s transcript.
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