Chemistry: Chemical Physics
The Department of Chemistry, jointly with the Department of Physics and Astronomy, offers a program leading to a Ph.D. in Chemical Physics. For mathematically inclined chemistry graduate students or the atomic-molecularly focused physics graduate students, this combined program builds on the strengths of these students while preparing them for careers at this recognized interdisciplinary boundary in areas such as designing materials for energy production and utilization, basic issues in surface interactions and catalysis, and complex issues in biochemistry.
Read the program objectives for chemistry: chemical physics.
Applications for fall enrollment should be submitted by January 15, and for spring enrollment by October 15 (September 15 for non-US residents).
GRE General Test scores required of all applicants Exception: Not required for Tufts undergraduate chemistry majors.
Subject Test scores recommended for all other applicants and required for international applicants.
TOEFL score of 600 (100 iBT) required for international applicants.
For more information, visit the Department of Chemistry.