Master's Degree in Molecular Science and Nanotechnology
The objective of this Master is to prepare students in the Nanoscience and Nanotechnology fields in order to be able to carry out a professional career in this area or a research activity leading to a doctoral thesis. This Master encompasses several disciplines: chemistry, physics, engineering, materials science, biochemistry, pharmacy and medicine.
The syllabus of the Master is somewhere in between the Nanoscience/Nanotechnology fields and the molecular systems. Therefore, it explores scientific areas of increasing interest such as Molecular Electronics, Molecular Magnetism, Supramolecular Chemistry, Surfaces Chemistry or Molecular Materials Science.
The interuniversity master has two basic goals:
On completion of the course, students will be trained, on a multidisciplinary basis, in chemical aspects related with nanoscience (nanoscience bottom-up approach for the design of functional molecules and supramolecular structures; intermolecular interactions; molecular self-assembly and self-organisation) and in physical ones (nanomanufacturing top-down approach, physical manipulation techniques, organisation and characterisation of nanomaterials).
Master's Degree in Chemistry
The Master's Degree in Chemistry is focused on Chemistry graduates but also on those who have licensed in Biochemistry, Pharmacy, Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology, Environmental Science, Materials Science or Nanotechnology, even those highly qualified graduates (graduates and engineers) who want to expand their professional carreers into the activities that this Master offers. This Master offers to its graduates a professional view on investigation, development and innovative activities inside the industry. We also offer the possibility of carrying out a PhD in order to delve into their academic carreers. There are many terms related to Chemistry: Biochemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Food Chemistry, Process Chemistry, Biological Chemistry, Forensic Chemistry, Chemical engineering, Industrial Chemistry and more recently; Nanochemistry and Neurochemistry, among others. That is why the applicant’s profile can be different to the ones graduated in Chemistry.
The aim of the Màster Universitario en Química is to go in depth into the four basic branches of Chemistry, contributing to joint solutions when it is necessary. Due to the general character of the subjects given it necessary to assure a high level training education that take into account the following goals:
Master's Degree in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling
The TCCM Master is meant to prepare experts in using and developing molecular sciences computational techniques to either work with innovative pharmaceutical, petrochemical and new-materials industries or to follow future doctoral studies in Chemistry, Physics, Life or Material Sciences.
It is articulated in 120 ECTS credits and can be accessed by students having a Bachelor in Chemistry, in Physics or in Material Science. Other scientific bachelors can also be accepted (provided that the student integrates his/her preparation as recommended by the local Tutor).
TCCM has been recognised as Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree under the Erasmus+ Programme.
Master's Degree in Sustainable Chemistry
The Official PhD Program on Sustainable Chemistry has a inter-university character and includes the Master and PhD Degrees on Sustainable Chemistry. It is based on the Interuniversity Program of PhD on Sustainable Chemistry which has the Quality Mention of the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science. The Program has the support of the Spanish Technological Platform for Sustainable Chemistry and is supported by Banco Santander Central Hispano.