Doctoral Programme in Sustainable Chemistry

The Academic Committee of the programme will decide about the relevance of carrying out training complements once it has studied the curriculum of doctoral students. Where appropriate, the committee will decide the subjects from the postgraduate studies academic offer that the applicants should take, considering the specific training required by the doctoral students for the appropriate development of their research task.

Thus: FOR DEGREED, ENGINEERS OR GRADUATES IN CHEMISTRY THAT HAVE NOT UNDERTAKEN ANY OF THE UNIVERSITY MASTERS SUGGESTED IN THE SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS IN THIS MEMORY, AND THAT HAVE NOT UNDERTAKEN ENOUGH EQUIVALENT CREDITS IN SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY, THE ACADEMIC COMMITTEE CAN DEMAND THEM TO UNDERTAKE SOME OF THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS OF THE INTER-UNIVERSITY MASTER’S DEGREE IN SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY:


Basic concepts of Sustainable Chemistry (3c)
Indutrial Applications of Sustainable Chemistry (3c)
Renewable Raw Materials (3c)
Friendly Solvents (3c)
Homogeneous Catalysis (3c)
Cross-disciplinary Complementary training (6c)

 
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