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Applied Materials Chemistry

Introduction

One of the chief contributions of chemistry in today's society is the discovery and creation of materials that have led to technological development and an improvement in our quality of life.

This master's degree, organized by the Faculty of Chemistry, is intended for graduates interested in acquiring in-depth knowledge of materials chemistry.
The specific objective of the master's degree focuses on providing students with the interdisciplinary training, both theoretical and practical, needed to conduct research, development and control in the materials area within research centres and in the private sector.

Learning objectives

The objective of the master's degree is to provide students with a knowledge and understanding of materials based on chemical principles. Students will develop a foundation that enables them to develop and use the concepts of applied chemistry in flexible and original ways.

Basic Information

Number of ECTS credits awarded:
 60
Number of places available:
 20
Approximate price:
 46,11 euros per credit ( 82 euros for students who are not EU nationals and do not currently reside in Spain). Fees for the academic year 2020-2021
Faculty or school:
  Faculty of Chemistry
Master's degree course homepage:
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