Program list & descriptions
Chemistry ( Doctorate )
Research areas in this program are broadly concentrated in two areas. One is centred on physical chemistry, reaction dynamics, spectroscopy, and photochemistry - the Reactivity, Dynamics and Spectroscopy group (RDS). The second is centred on synthetic and structural chemistry with an emphasis on property-directed synthesis - the Property-Directed Synthesis group (PDS). The emphasis on two areas of expertise in place of the traditional sub-disciplines (analytical, inorganic, organic, physical) provides a broadly based graduate program in which collaborative interactions between individuals can flourish. Specialist expertise is recognized and developed, together with attitudes and skills essential for multi-disciplinary research.
Applicants must meet the general admission requirements for the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
|Entry point||Domestic students||International students|
|September||February 1||February 1|
|January||June 1||June 1|
|May||October 1||October 1|
Exams and other requirements
- GRE General and Chemistry test scores with a score in 85th percentile or better on GRE Chemistry subject test
- For details, please consult the Chemistry website
|Chair||Neil Burford||250-721-7150||ELL firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Department Secretary||Sandra Carlson||250-721-7150||ELL email@example.com|
|Administrative Officer||Rosemary Pulez||250-721-7153||ELL firstname.lastname@example.org|
|General Office/Receptionist||250-721-7152||ELL email@example.com|
|Graduate Secretary||Lori Aasebo||250-721-7156||ELL firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Co-op and Career||Peter Cross||250-721-7713||ELL email@example.com|
|Chem. Co-op Secretary||Megan Cox||250-721-6122||ELL firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Laboratory Supervisor||Dave Berry||250-721-7170||ELL email@example.com|
|Glass Shop||Sean Adams||250-721-7203||ELL firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mechanical Shop||Chris Secord||250-721-7721||ELL email@example.com|
|Electronics Shop||Andrew Macdonald||250-721-7188||ELL firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Electronics Shop||Shubha Hosalli||250-721-7188||ELL email@example.com|
What is co-op?
Co-operative education (co-op) is a learning strategy that lets you:
- alternate your academic studies with paid, relevant work experience in your field of study
- enrich your academic studies by drawing on practical, real-world experience from your work terms
- develop competencies to excel in the workplace
- potentially pursue work terms related to your graduate research or project
Can you do co-op?
Graduate co-op may be available to students who are pursuing thesis and non-thesis (or professional) degrees. Participation is optional, and admission is determined after consultation with your graduate adviser and department. Contact the co-op program in your degree area for details, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Co-op is not open to one-year graduate degrees, graduate certificates and diplomas, and non-degree graduate students.
What other career development support does UVic offer?
UVic Co-op and Career can support you through every stage of your career development, through:
- One-on-one career guidance
- Career development programs and workshops
- On-campus networking opportunities with employers
- Online work search resources
- Competency development and assessment
Looking for work?
Apply for all types of job opportunities at learninginmotion.uvic.ca.