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2014-2015 Graduate Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Chemistry


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Chair: Douglas Dyckes
Office:  Science Building, 3071
Telephone:
303-556-3204
Fax: 303-556-4776
Website:
  clas.ucdenver.edu/chemistry/

Faculty

 
Professors:
Robert Damrauer, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Douglas Dyckes, PhD, Case Western Reserve University
Doris Kimbrough, PhD, Cornell University
John A. Lanning, PhD, University of Tennessee
 
Associate Professors:
Hai Lin, PhD, University of Science and Technology of China
Scott Reed, PhD, University of Oregon
Xiaotai Wang, PhD, University of Virginia
 
Assistant Professors:
Karen Knaus, PhD, Cleveland State University
Lisa Julian, PhD, University of Michigan
Yong Liu, PhD, University of Michigan
Jefferson Knight, PhD, Yale University
Xiaojun Ren, PhD, Jilin University
Marino Resendiz, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
 
Clinical Assistant Professors:
Margaret Bruehl, PhD, Northwestern University
 
Instructors:
Priscilla Burrow Crocker, PhD, University of Colorado
Vanessa Fishback, PhD, University of Northern Colorado
Marta Maron, PhD, University of Colorado
 
Emeritus Faculty:
Larry G. Anderson, PhD, Indiana University

Why study chemistry? A practical reason is that our highly technical society faces many problems that cannnot be solved without an understanding of the science of chemistry and its methods of solving problems. A more intangible reason is that chemistry is central to a variety of other disciplines and that many problems ultimately will have chemical solutions.

At the graduate level, an MS degree program is offered. Students with MS degrees have job opportunities in research and technical laboratory services. In addition, flexible programs can be designed to combine chemical knowledge and skills with other interests of the MS-level student (e.g., biology or environmental science).

Graduate Program

The MS degree offered at CU Denver is a broad-based chemistry degree that allows students to take courses and do research in the following basic fields: analytical, biochemistry, inorganic, organic, physical or environmental chemistry.

The MS program is available to both full- and part-time students. The chemistry faculty strive to ensure that students receive excellent advising and supervision of work. Students enrolled in the program have an opportunity to be appointed as laboratory teaching assistants. Research activities on the part of the chemistry faculty provide opportunities for graduate students to obtain research assistantships.

Click here  to learn about the Chemistry MS program.

Click here  to learn about the Chemistry BS/MS program.

Certificate in Biochemistry

Students enrolled in any graduate program at CU Denver are eligible to earn a Certificate in Biochemistry.

Click Biochemistry Certificate  to learn about the Certificate in Biochemistry.

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