Fort Hays State University > About FHSU > Academic Divisions > College of Arts and Sciences > Master of Liberal Studies > Conc Chemistry
"All the world is chemical: to understand it you must know something of those chemicals. Those who investigate chemistry have the basis to better understand the world about them and how the function in that world.
The Chemistry Department is dedicated to that study and comprehension. In accordance with the Mission Statement of the University, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Department of Chemistry, we aim to make the world around us more understandable and more meaningful to each student and to provide a basis for lifelong learning." (Departmental Mission Statement.)
The MLS degree program consists of a minimum of 31 hours of graduate work. Components of the MLS degree include the following:
10 semester credit hours in core curriculum:
To complete the 18-hour emphasis in Chemistry, you may - subject to the approval of your Faculty Advisor - select from the following courses:
A three-hour culminating experience - you must complete one of the following:
The notation on the transcript of the person completing this concentration may read as follows:
Contact us see if this Master of Liberal Studies concentration could be right for you. You can also speak to Dr. Jim Hohman, Chair of the Department of Chemistry, at (785) 628-4504. Once you have been admitted to the MLS concentration in Chemistry, please follow the MLS Checklist and carefully read The MLS Student Handbook.
For more information, contact:Director of the Master of Liberal Studies ProgramThe Graduate School, Picken Hall 306Fort Hays State UniversityHays, KS 67601(785) 628-5578