Position Yourself for a Rewarding Career
The Chemistry Scholars Plan from the University of Houston-Clear Lake combines focused and accelerated coursework with graduate level research, allowing you to complete two degrees in a timely and cost-effective manner. The program encourages highly motivated and qualified students to obtain both a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degree in Chemistry.
Combine Scientific Theory with Hands-on Lab and Field Experience
This dual degree plan gives you advantages in the job market because you’ll possess
more training, an advanced degree and more research experience – which leads to increased
earning potential. If you’re enrolled in the Scholars Plan, you are expected to begin
a graduate research project early in your studies, and this will be coupled with projects
and classwork of increasing difficulty and quality.
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Deadlines for Applying
- Freshman Deadlines
Priority - February 1
Final - August 1
Priority - September 1
Final - December 1
- Transfer Deadlines
Priority – May 22
Final (Summer I) – June 5
Final (Summer II) – July 10
Priority – August 14
Final – August 28
Priority – January 4
Final – January 16
- International Deadlines
Priority – March 1
Final – June 1
Priority – August 1
Final – November 1
Priority – February 1
Final – April 1
*Students interested in qualifying for scholarships &/or applying for visas outside the U.S. should apply and submit the application documents/test scores by the priority deadline
**Freshman will not be accepted for Summer semester
Accreditations and Distinctions
The Chemistry B.S. degree program at University of Houston-Clear Lake completed evaluation, assessment and re-accreditation by the American Chemical Society (ACS) in 2009 and 2014 and is on the ACS's list of approved chemistry programs nationwide.