Admission to the graduate program in chemistry is based on
evaluation of scholastic record, letters of recommendation, and
performance on the Graduate Record Examinations.
M.S. Application Deadline and Program Schedule
Fall Application Deadline: August 15
Spring Application Deadline: December 31 of the previous calendar year
for admission, scholarships, assistantships, and awards is given to
applicants who submit a completed application by March 1 (fall
admission) or December 1 (spring admission).
Completed applications received on or after these dates are considered
as they are received. Check off the box on the online program
application that states that you would like to be considered for
financial awards. No separate application is needed.
To be eligible for admission to the M.S. chemistry program, individuals must:
- Possess a baccalaureate degree in chemistry, biochemistry, or related field from an accredited university
- Submit one official transcript from each postsecondary school attended
- Submit a personal statement and C.V. summarizing academic and professional achievements
GRE scores. Institution code 2790. GRE scores are not required for
B.S./B.A. chemistry students graduating from Rutgers University-Camden.
letters of recommendation from university faculty members who know the
student well or from research/laboratory supervisors/investigators (at
least two letters should be from faculty)
- Pay the application fee
The Department of Chemistry welcomes applications from qualified
international students. International students must submit additional
As part the admissions process, international applicants must include with their application:
Official results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
- TOEFL: The minimum internet-based TOEFL score is 79. Rutgers TOEFL code: 2765
International applicants apply for a visa after they have been admitted and accept Rutgers-Camden's offer of admission.