Montana State University PhD Program in Chemistry or Biochemistry
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Montana State University, Bozeman is currently welcoming student applications to their PhD program. If you are interested in pursuing PhD studies this may be the program for you.
The Chemistry and Biochemistry graduate program at Montana State University offers a unique environment for earning a PhD where students engage in world-class research under personalized supervision in a vibrant department. The program has around 80 PhD students and 17 research-active faculty, reflecting an appealing student-to-mentor ratio for applicants. Their research productivity, faculty awards and recognitions, external funding, and instrumentation resources rival those of much larger institutions. As a result, students in our program will receive high quality training which will translate into high productivity in labs that will prepare them to be competitive on the job market after earning their advanced degree.
Montana State University is located in Bozeman, Montana, which often appears on lists of “most desirable” locations to live. Bozeman is considered a small town with a big personality, but it is also an area with relatively fast growth that attracts multiple industries (technological, chemical, and more). Its popularity as a tourist destination also means we have a large, beautiful airport and abundant restaurants, shops, and “city” activities. Furthermore, outdoor recreational opportunities are truly unrivaled and just minutes outside of town.