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THE MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE
In addition to the University's general requirements and stipulations for the Master's degree, the following requirements must be met by students proceeding to the M.Sc. degree.
1) Course Work: Candidates must complete successfully at least three courses chosen from the available graduate offerings in the student's field or from related and cognate courses, with the approval of the Program Committee. The student may be required to take additional courses, as stipulated by the student's Master's committee.
2) Seminars: In addition to the above course work, students must attend the regular departmental Seminar (CHEM-8900) throughout their M.Sc. studies as a fulfilment of this requirement.
3) Thesis: A student must undertake original research and embody the results in a thesis (CHEM-8970). The student will then be examined by a committee.
A student who fails to achieve satisfactory performance in all aspects of the program (e.g., course work, seminars, thesis work or major critique) may be required to withdraw.
4) Master's Committee and Final Examinations: The Master's committee is chosen in the manner described under Master's Program Requirements. The final examination will take the form of an open seminar in the presence of the Master's committee. The examination will be open to the public.
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