Programme of Physical Chemistry
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In the case of not being able to attend one or more practical courses/lab days due to corona measures, the course coordinator will decide if the student is obligated to re-take the missed meeting and how this will take place.
For the Master of Science in Chemistry the complete 120 EC programme is:
A. a specialisation related major comprising:
- compulsory specialisation courses: 15 EC
- a specialisation related research internship chosen from the list 'departments for internships'. The internship NWI-MOL501A entails practical work, your master thesis, and a presentation (44 EC)
B. Scientific master courses: 6 EC.
Master courses from the Faculty of Science.
C. A second internship or a broadening programme: 30 EC
You can take a second internship (NWI-MOL502A) for instance at a different department, another institute (abroad) or in industry.
Theoretical broadening is possible by taking courses outside your own science-discipline (e.g. physics, mathematics, computing science) or taking a minor programme (15 EC or more) in a completely different discipline such as Economy or Business Administration.
D. Elective space (9 EC)
To be added to A, B, and/or C.
E. NWI-MOL601: a literature thesis (6 EC)
Usually you will select a topic for this literature thesis in accord with your internship supervisor.
F. NWI-MOL412 Career orientation (1 EC)
G. A Philosophy course (3 EC.)
H. Free electives (6 EC)
Any course at university level OR add to: C. second internship.