Radiochemistry is an interdisciplinary applied science that explores both the radioactive and chemical characteristics of elements and compounds to address technical needs in many areas, including the nuclear material science, waste treatment and disposal, environmental and biomedical applications.
The Radiochemistry Program is an interdisciplinary research program available to the PhD students at the Department of Chemistry, OSU, Chemical Engineering, and Nuclear Engineering and Health Physics in Oregon State University.
When applying for Graduate School, select your PhD degree major (Chemistry or Chemical Engineering, NE or RHP). It will determine your core educational courses.
Elective courses (e.g., Radiochemistry, Nuclear Chemistry, Radiodetection Methods, Waste Management or Radiobiology) will be chosen to fulfill your research study profile.