This master’s degree consists of two common theoretical modules having a total of 15 ECTS credits; an obligatory internship module; a master鈥檚 degree dissertation. Students may choose either the Chemistry in Industry or the Advanced Chemical Research specialisations, taking at all events a total of 15 optional ECTS credits.

As a whole, Chemistry in Industry aims to provide an overview of chemistry related to the industrial chemical sector; Advanced Chemical Research is an introduction to research on current topics and may be the first step for doctoral study.

Study plan structure

TypeCredits
Compulsory15
Optional15
Master Thesis15
Internship15
TOTAL60

Specialization in Advanced Chemical Research

ModuleCreditsType
Chemistry for Specific Materials of Interest to Industry and Research6OB
Industry and Research in Chemistry: Specialized Topics in Theory and Practice9OB
Master’s Degree Dissertation15OB
Internship in a Research Group15OB
Advanced Chemistry9OT*
Biomoleculary Chemistry or6OT**
From Small Molecules to Nanomaterials6OT**

* Specialisation Compulsory
** Optional

Specialization in Chemistry in Industry

ModuleCreditsType
Chemistry for Specific Materials of Interest to Industry and Research6OB
Industry and Research in Chemistry: Specialized Topics in Theory and Practice9OB
Master’s Degree Dissertation15OB
Internship in the Industry15OB
Chemistry in Industry15OT*

* Specialisation Compulsory

OB: Compulsory
OT: Optional