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Master's Degrees

WHY STUDY THIS MASTER'S DEGREE?

 

The Master's Degree in Chemical Science and Technology aims to provide a solid base of knowledge that has not been acquired in the Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry. As a consequence of the planned formative development, students will use knowledge and practical skills in the research environment in chemical science and technology, develop new ideas and solve complex problems, so as to enhance scientific and methodological advances in this area of knowledge.

Students will acquire competencies that will enable them to communicate, both to the academic and non-academic community, advances in chemical science and technology.

The Master's Degree in Chemical Science and Technology aims to provide the appropriate basis for future professionals and researchers to develop and apply the training obtained, both in basic and applied research, in companies, universities and public research and development centers.

Obtaining the Master's degree will enable students to access the research period of PhD studies and specialized positions in companies.


BEGINNING OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2021-2022

If the health situation allows it, next academic year classes will begin on September 7, 2021.

Visit the virtual campus of each subject to see the complete schedules.

Group Classroom Day and time of start
Group A: Advanced Techniques in Physical Chemistry: Fundamentals and Applications (TAQF) QB66

9:00 h

13 de sep

Group B: Structural Characterization of Inorganic Compounds Lab (CECI) QB65

9:00 h

13 de sep

Group C:  Advanced analytical strategies for the resolution of problems (EAARP) QC02 

8:30 h

13 de sep

Group A: Mathematical Methods Applied to Chemistry (MMAQ) QB67

9:00 h

7 de sep

Group C: Protein structure and proteomics (EPP) QC02

10:00 h

7 de sep

Group D: Metallurgy (Met) QB66

10:00 h

7 de sep