Curriculum and Forms

  • MACR 5015/5016: Macromolecular Fundamentals with Laboratory I/II (3 cr) 
  • CHEM/CHE 5014: Technical Oral Communications and Presentation Methods (1 cr.) 
  • MACR 5024: Writing Skills for Macromolecular Science and Engineering (1 cr.)
  • Technical Concentration Area (9 cr. from one program module)
  • MACR Elective Courses (6 cr. from any remaining program modules)
  • General Electives (9 cr.)
  • MACR 7994: Research and Dissertation (minimum of 58 cr.)

Total Program Hours: 90

  • Same core requirement as Ph.D., except 6 credit hours from technical concentration area and 4 credit hours from remaining MACR modules.
  • MACR 5994: Research and Thesis (minimum of 10 cr.)

Total Program Hours: 32

Student Resources

Students must submit to an annual evaluation by their Advisory Committees each academic year. First-year students are evaluated by their Faculty Advisors. Students should prepare a Graduate Student Annual Progress Report and a Research Update Form and submit them to the Graduate Program Coordinator at least one week prior to the Advisory Committee meeting for distribution to Committee members, or the Faculty Advisor in the case of first year students.  The Faculty Advisor prepares a MACR Annual Evaluation Form in consultation with the student’s Advisory Committee.

The completed Annual Evaluation Form should be submitted to the Graduate Program Coordinator (Kim Felix, 1075 Life Science Circle, Suite 130) for submission to the Graduate School.

Forms for Students

MACR Annual Evaluation Form.pdf Annual Evaluation Form
MACR Graduate Student Research Update Form.docx Research Update Form
MACR Graduate Student Annual Progress Report .docx Graduate Student Annual Progress Report
MACR-PrelimProcedures.pdf Preliminary Procedures
MACR Plan of Study 2019-2020.docx
MACR-Plan-of-Study 2018-2019.pdf
MACR-M.S.Checklist.pdf MACR M.S. Checklist
MACRPh.D.Checklist.pdf MACR Ph.D. Checklist
MII Expense Report Form.docx Please fill out the Expense Report form and return to MII for reimbursement.
MACR Graduate Handbook 2018-2019.pdf