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Department of Chemistry and Biology

    The Molecular Science Program is a research-intensive, interdisciplinary graduate program that integrates ideas and techniques that span the boundaries of traditional chemical and biological sciences and explores phenomena controlled by events at the molecular level. Whether it be actual molecules, such as proteins and synthetic polymers, or macro-processes such as biofilm formation or medical imaging with acoustics, at their core, all phenomena occur through molecular processes.

    For more information about admission procedures or the Molecular Science Degree itself (both MSc and PhD), please visit the Molecular Science website hosted by the Yeates School of Graduate Studies. If you are interested in further information regarding the Molecular Science please contact Sarah Kovacs, Program Administrator via email: skovacs@ryerson.ca

    For potential research supervisors and more information about the research being conducted in the Department of Chemistry and Biology, please visit the Research and Facilities Page.

 

    The Environmental Applied Science and Management programs are leaders in integrating the environmental science disciplines with studies in environmental management. The curriculum reflects the view that graduate work in the environmental management field requires not only knowledge of the environmental sciences and how they are applied, but an understanding of environmental management theory and practice. In combining applied science and management, the program also follows the Ryerson University tradition of applied education and research.

    For more information about admission procedures or the Enviromental Science and Management Degree itself (both MSc and PhD), please visit: https://www.ryerson.ca/graduate/programs/ensciman/   or contact Elias Chu, Program Administrator, Ensciman via email: ensciman@ryerson.ca

    For potential research supervisors and more information about the research being conducted in the Department of Chemistry and Biology, please visit the Research and Facilities Page.

A list of current graduate students and their contact information is coming soon.

 

Career Planning in (and around) Your Science Degree

With a degree in science, you are well prepared to tackle the problems in the Natural and Physical world... But what about landing that dream job after your degree. The following clickable PDF's courtesy of The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)  offer some guiding tips on how to paln for a career in science or other professional disciplines.

  1. Finding the Right Path for You - Building a science career map.
  2. From Undergrad to Postdoc - Following opportunities to become a World Class Scientist.
  3. Industry or Academia? - Find out which field is best suited for you.
  4. The Informed Job Search - Understanding how to predict future job markets in science.
  5. Careers away from the Bench - Using your science degree in an different field.
  6. Women in Science - The world needs science, and science needs women.