The Chemistry Graduate Program at Texas A&M University ranks in the top ten among public universities and is designed to provide students with a solid grounding in the fundamentals of the broad field of chemistry, as well as rigorous training in research and communication skills. Our graduates pursue careers in academia, at government laboratories and in the chemical industry.
Assistantship stipends are $22,800 for twelve months. Applicants are automatically considered for supplemental department and university-wide fellowships. In addition, tuition and all mandatory fees are paid for students, both domestic and international, in good standing pursuing Ph.D. degrees for up to 5 years of graduate study.