M.S. Textile Chemistry
What is textile chemistry?
The Master of Science in Textile Chemistry program emphasizes the fundamental principles of polymer science, dyeing and finishing technology, color science, dye chemistry, fiber formation, analytical chemistry and forensics. While learning these principles, these master’s students also develop their research, technical and analytical skills.
Alumni who head into industry after graduation find work in a wide variety of fields ranging from the chemical, environmental science, medical and forensic science industries to the retail, textile and apparel industries.
Focus areas of this program include:
- Dyeing and finishing chemistry.
- Forensic and analytical chemistry.
- Polymer science.
- Smart fibers and e-textiles.
- Product development.
This program is available in both thesis and non-thesis options. The non-thesis option can be completed entirely online.
Apply to the Textile Chemistry M.S. Program
We strongly recommend all students apply before March 1 for fall admission.
The Graduate School provides updated information on the formal deadlines for applications for domestic and international students.
However, please be advised that many funding decisions are made during March and April. While the formal deadline for U.S. citizens is June 25, you are advised to apply early to be eligible for available funding.
Watch the video below to hear from alumni and students of the program.
M.S. Textile Chemistry Information
- TECS Graduate Handbook
- M.S. Textile Chemistry Degree Requirements
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Graduate Plan of Work
- Advisor and Thesis Committee
- Research and Thesis
- Independent Study