Master of Science Degree in Chemistry Chemistry is the science that contributes most to the widest range of activities of modern life, from microelectronics to medicine and from foods to fuels. There is need for a better educated work-force to cope with the increasingly complex demands of a rapidly changing society. A diverse programme of graduate level courses would help to stimulate creative and flexible research interests. Such a programme would make the student grow in, intellect, in judgement, in competence and in confidence. Entry Requirements The common regulations for all Master degrees in the University shall apply. The following shall be eligible for registration for the Master of Science degree in Chemistry.  A holder of a Bachelor of Science degree with at least Upper Second Class Honours in Chemistry either as a single subject or as one of the main subjects studied at B.Sc. level. A holder of a Bachelor of Education degree who has studied chemistry as a major subject and has attained at least an Upper Second Class Honours. Course Structure and Duration The Master's Programme in Chemistry will last for a minimum of 18 months, a maximum of 36 months and will be offered by course work, examination and thesis. Areas of specialization: Analytical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Natural products Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry and Theoretical Chemistry.