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What is the Master’s Degree Chemistry about?

Chemistry investigates and describes the fundamental substances of the world and the transformations they undergo. It is an experimental science, deriving methods and concepts from observing the material world, continually evolving them to shape our surroundings.

The Master’s degree program focuses on the current state of research concepts and experimental as well as theoretical methods used to examine, describe, and predict the structure and behavior of atoms, molecules, and solids. This includes synthesizing complex molecules and analyzing molecular associations.

The program also covers theoretical and instrumental methods for analytical detection and structural elucidation, along with the necessary theoretical backgrounds for understanding and applying them.

Research projects apply these methods and concepts to current topics explored within research groups. The elective courses within the Master’s degree program provide opportunities for interdisciplinary connections between chemistry and fields such as mathematics, physics, biology, medicine, and materials science.

Topics for specialisation modules include:

  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Macromolecular Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Theoretical Chemistry
  • Environmental Chemistry