The aim of the Chemistry degree is to provide students with the skills to independently solve complex problems beyond their own knowledge by using a wide range of scientific methods taught during the program. The program therefore has a strong focus on research. The scientific activities in the chemistry department cover various areas of chemistry, ranging from basic research (e.g. element-metal multiple bonds, reaction pathways) to applied research (e.g. sensor technology, catalysis).
The master’s program is primarily aimed at students who have already obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry. If the relevant professional requirements are met, applicants who have completed a bachelor's degree in a different subject can also be admitted.
Research, product development and quality management; Risk assessment and safety management; Analysis, development, programming of technical systems and chemical processes; Patent system; Pharmaceutical industry; Oil industry
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