M.S. in Polymers and Coatings Technology

Eastern Michigan University

Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA
M.S. in Polymers and Coatings Technology
Duration2 Years
LevelMasters Program
  • The M.S. in Polymers and Coatings Technology curriculum prepares students to become science and technology leaders in a global environment where coatings and polymer technology is growing rapidly
  • These programs offer very interdisciplinary, applied and industry-oriented curricula with excellent career opportunities for students with a wide array of interests in polymers and coatings and related fields
  • The program prepares graduates for increased responsibility in industry and government in such functions as RandD, product development, technical services, safety, health and environment, technical sales and marketing in companies manufacturing and using paints and coatings, polymers, plastics, adhesives, and inks
  • This is a designated STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) program
  • The program includes 12 credits hours of concentration. Students have to choose from either of the following: 
    • Option I: Coatings Concentration
    • Option II: Management Concentration
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees1721433 INR
Hostel & Meals774147 INR
Insurance130294 INR
Transportation240227 INR
New Student Fees14648 INR
Registration Fee8056 INR
Program Fee18456 INR
Books and Supplies54930 INR
Personal85105 INR
Total1325863 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12thNo specific cutoff mentioned
Bachelors2.7 GPA
  • Applicants must have a four-year U.S. bachelor’s degree in chemistry (minimum 24 hours in chemistry), or equivalent from an accredited institution with a minimum GPA of 2.7 (on a 4.0 scale) or 3.0 in the last half of the undergraduate program
  • Subjects required: Physical chemistry, organic chemistry, and instrumentation class
ExamsTOEFL: 79

IELTS: 6.5

PTE: 53

Additional info
  • Indian Students are not required to submit English proficiency test scores when applying for admission to a graduate program
  • The University may still require English if the students' academic credentials indicate that their Bachelor's degree was not from an accredited institution with English as instruction language
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