We are pleased that you have decided to consider Tulane University for your graduate study in chemistry. The bullets on the right hand side of this page link to information that should be useful to you in your consideration of Tulane and in completing the application process. Before looking at this material, here is some basic information about the Chemistry Graduate Program.
There are approximately 50 graduate students in the Ph.D. program as of September 2021. Students come from all over the United States (45% US) and from many foreign countries including China, India, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Iran, Ukraine, and Bangladesh.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
*While the M.S. degree is awarded on occasion, we are not interested in admitting students seeking the M.S. degree as a terminal degree
April 15, 2022
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* Recommendation letters should be requested from faculty who are familiar with your academic and/or research skills.
The GRE and/or the chemistry subject test are not required for admission into the program, but applicants who have taken either or both of these tests are welcomed to report these scores in the “Test Scores” section.
Official test scores and transcripts are not required at the time of applying. If you are accepted into the program, then you will be asked to arrange for official college level transcripts to be submitted to the Department of Chemistry. If you chose to submit GRE scores as a part of your application, please have official GRE scores sent to the School of Science and Engineering, GRE Code (6173).
There is no application fee to apply to the Chemistry Ph.D. program at Tulane University.
All graduate students are supported with assistantships and tuition waivers throughout the year. Financial support for graduate students comes in several forms:
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