Graduate advising can be found at the department, college and university level. As a graduate student you may seek advising from your selected research advisor, the graduate coordinator, and the graduate program assistant.

 


 

Chemistry M.S. & Ph.D.

Andres Campiglia

Andres Campiglia

Professor, Graduate Coordinator

andres.campiglia@ucf.edu
407-823-4162
PSB 211 (Lab: PSB 334)

Michelle Salcedo Prieto

Graduate Program Assistant

Michelle.Salcedo@ucf.edu
407-823-5728
PSB 236

 

Handbooks

Additionally the graduate program handbook should serve as your main advising guide. The handbook includes curriculum, timeline for completion, graduate milestones and useful links.

Chemistry M.S. Handbook Chemistry Ph.D. Handbook

 

 

Forensic Science M.S.

Jack Ballantyne

Jack Ballantyne

Professor, Biochemistry Advisor

jack.ballantyne@ucf.edu
(407) 823-0163
CHEM 223 (Lab: NCFS 321)

Michael Sigman

Professor, Analysis Advisor

michael.sigman@ucf.edu
407-823-2120
CHEM 328

Michelle Salcedo Prieto

Graduate Program Assistant

Michelle.Salcedo@ucf.edu
407-823-5728
PSB 236

 

Handbook

Additionally the graduate program handbook should serve as your main advising guide. The handbook includes curriculum, timeline for completion, graduate milestones and useful links.

Forensic Science M.S. Handbook

Helpful Links

College Advising

All College of Sciences Graduate students may visit the College of Sciences Graduate Services Office for advising assistance.

University Advising

The College of Graduate studies provides online resources for common graduate policies and questions.