Master of Science in Chemistry

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  • Objectives
    Students enroling in the master’s program will find a research-oriented program, faculty members with international reputations in their fields, and laboratory facilities that are in some cases unique in Canada. Areas of strength include computational chemistry, physical inorganic chemistry, new inorganic materials, and research topics at the interface between chemistry and biology. This latter area exists as a collaborative effort between the Department of Biology and the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, with crossover teaching and shared research projects. Students may apply to either department for studies in biochemistry.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Science in Chemistry
  • Course description
    Specific course offerings in subject areas listed under Topics will generally vary from year to year, depending on the availability of faculty and the requirements of graduate students in the program. In the MSc program, every student must complete CHEM 666 (Seminar) and CHEM 896 (Research Proposal and Comprehensive Examination).
    Courses are worth 3 credits unless otherwise indicated.

    Additional Selected Topics courses may be offered in a given year, and these will be identified by different subtitles. Further information on Selected Topics courses will be available from the department at the beginning of each academic year.

    Topics in Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry
    • CHEM 610 Selected Topics in Analytical Chemistry
    • CHEM 612 Analytical Separations
    • CHEM 613 Spectrochemical Analysis
    • CHEM 614 Modern Aspects of PracticalMass Spectrometry
    Note: Students who have received credit for this topic under a CHEM 630 number may not take this course for credit.
    • CHEM 618 Aquatic Chemistry
    Note: Students who have received credit for this topic under a CHEM 610 number may not take this course for credit.

    Topics in Bioorganic & Organic Chemistry

    • CHEM 620 Selected Topics in Organic Chemistry
    • CHEM 621 Physical Organic Chemistry
    • CHEM 623 Organic Synthesis
    • CHEM 625 Nucleic Acid Chemistry
    Note: Students who have received credit for this topic under a CHEM 620 number may not take this course for credit.
    • CHEM 626 Reactive Intermediates
    Note: Students who have received credit for this topic under a CHEM 621 number may not take this course for credit.
    • CHEM 627 Supramolecular Chemistry
    Note: Students who have received credit for this topic under a CHEM 620 number may not take this course for credit.
    • CHEM 628 Advanced Bioorganic Chemistry

    Topics in Physical Chemistry

    • CHEM 630 Selected Topics in Physical Chemistry
    • CHEM 631 Computational Chemistry
    • CHEM 632 Irreversible Thermodynamics
    • CHEM 633 Quantum Mechanics
    • CHEM 635 Interfacial Phenomena
    Note: Students who have received credit for this topic under a CHEM 630 number may not take this course for credit. 09-10
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    • CHEM 638 Physics and Chemistry of Solid State Electronic Materials

    Topics in Bioinorganic & Inorganic Chemistry

    • CHEM 640 Selected Topics in Inorganic Chemistry
    • CHEM 643 Organometallic Chemistry
    • CHEM 644 Physical Methods in Chemistry
    • CHEM 645 Bioinorganic Chemistry
    • CHEM 646 Industrial Catalysis

    Topics in Biochemistry

    • CHEM 670 Selected Topics in Biochemistry and Biophysics
    • CHEM 671 Structure and Function of Biomembranes
    • CHEM 673 Neurochemistry
    Note: Students who have received credit for this topic under a CHEM 670 number may not take this course for credit.
    • CHEM 677 Enzyme Kinetics and Mechanism
    • CHEM 678 Protein Engineering and Design

    Topics in Instrumentation
    • CHEM 690 Selected Topics in Instrumentation
    • CHEM 691 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
    • CHEM 692 Experimental Protein Chemistry
    Note: Students who have taken this topic under a CHEM 690A may not take this course for credit.

    Theses, Seminars, Comprehensive Exam and Special Courses

    • CHEM 655 Master’s Research and Thesis (33 credits)
    • CHEM 666 MSc Seminar (3 credits)
    • CHEM 667 PhD Literature/Topic Seminar (3 credits)
    • CHEM 668 PhD Research Seminar (3 credits)
    • CHEM 855 Doctoral Research and Thesis (69 credits)
    • CHEM 896 Research Proposal and Comprehensive Examination (9 credits)

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