Advisement

Student and professor

Graduate advising

If you are pursuing a master’s degree in chemistry, contact Dr. G. Alan Schick, Graduate Coordinator, for advising assistance. You must receive advisor release prior to registering for each semester of graduate study.

Finding your advisor

If you are interested in majoring in chemistry, it is recommended that you have an advisor in the Department of Chemistry. Our faculty members have many different interest and research areas, and you can take advantage of finding an advisor with interests similar to yours. Request an undergraduate advisor.

If you have forgotten who is assigned as your advisor, log in to My Missouri State and click on the Academics tab.

Your advisor is there to help you succeed and develop a degree plan that is right for you. Meet with your advisor at least once a semester to plan out your classes and answer your questions.

General education requirements

Chemistry department

Graduate degree programs

Undergraduate degree programs

Chemistry subject area programs

Pre-professional programs