Consult Professor Andrew Dicks, Department of Chemistry.
This program draws both on the basic sciences of chemistry and physics, and on the more applied areas such as metallurgy or ceramics. Courses dealing with these latter fields are offered through the Department of Materials Science in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. This would be an appropriate program for students with career interests in solid-state, polymer or composite materials industries, or for graduate work in either chemistry or materials science, with an appropriate choice of options. Students may follow the Materials Chemistry path by taking the research course CHM499Y1 or the Materials Science and Engineering path by taking the research courses MSE492H1 and MSE493H1.
(14.0 credits, including 1.0 credit from 400-level courses)
- CHM151Y1 (strongly recommended)/ ( CHM135H1 and CHM136H1)
- ( MAT135H1 and MAT136H1)/ MAT137Y1/ MAT157Y1
First or Second Year:
Second Year and Higher Years:
- CHM220H1/ CHM222H1/ MSE202H1, CHM223H1, CHM238Y1, CHM247H1/ CHM249H1
- MSE219H1, MSE318H1, MSE335H1
- CHM327H1, CHM338H1, CHM343H1/ CHM348H1, CHM325H1/ CHM355H1, CHM434H1/ CHM455H1, CHM426H1/ CHM457H1
- At least 1.5 credits from the following, of which 0.5 credit must be at the 400-level: MSE302H1, MSE316H1, MSE343H1, CHM434H1/ CHM455H1, CHM446H1/ CHM456H1, CHM458H1, MSE415H1, MSE430H1, MSE432H1, MSE440H1, MSE442H1, MSE451H1, MSE458H1, MSE459H1, MSE461H1
- CHM499Y1/ ( MSE492H1, MSE493H1)