Chemical Physics is concerned with the interface between chemistry and physics and attracts students with an interest in both fields. Research in Chemical Physics at MSU is extremly diverse and includes nuclear chemistry, theoretical chemistry, and molecular spectroscopy. Our research facilities are state of the art and the research environment will enable you to develop your full potential as a scientist.
We have included on this web site information which we believe will be of interest to potential students. However if you have an interest in any of the research areas listed below we strongly encourage you to email the appropriate faculty memeber.
Requirements for the Ph.D. in Chemical Physics
Positions Taken by Graduates
MSU Preliminary Graduate Application
Answer Keys for Chemical Physics Cumulative Exams
This page last updated on April 4, 2002 by jfh