The Master of Science in Chemistry degree programme enables students to obtain an in-depth education with a variety of opportunities for specialisation. The programme builds on knowledge and skills obtained during the Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. It is also designed to fulfill the requirements for students to do independent research as part of a doctoral programme or to use their technical and scientific skills to work in industry, business, administration, research or teaching.
Students in the Master of Science degree programme in Chemistry are required to choose three main subject areas from the following options:
Inorganic Chemistry; Biochemistry; Macromolecular Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Physical Chemistry; Technical Chemistry; Theoretical Chemistry.
One of the three main subject areas will be chosen as the main area of specialisation. The course options in each of the three subject areas are divided into a theoretical module and a practical module. The subsequent advanced, research-oriented modules will build on this basis with another three theoretical and practical modules.