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Masters degrees in Chemistry provide advanced postgraduate training in different branches of the Chemical Sciences. Some programmes are general degrees. Others allow you to specialise in areas such as Analytical Chemistry, Biomolecular Chemistry or Industrial Chemistry.
These courses are often taught MSc degrees, but opportunities also exist for you to spend longer on a research-focussed Masters such as an MRes or MPhil. Entry requirements will normally include an appropriate undergraduate degree in Chemistry or a related Science subject.
Despite being a highly academic subject area, Chemistry has many professional and vocational applications. Postgraduates in the Chemical Sciences are well equipped for careers in practical fields such as drug development, human nutrition or medical research. Other, more exotic, career paths could include working on future technologies such as nanomaterials or chemical engineering solutions for exploration in extreme environments.
Professional chemists also work in professional roles with a surprising range of other organisations, whether as advisors on the design of new sportswear materials or as forensics experts assisting police and security forces.
If your interests are more academic you'll find that a Masters in Chemistry provides an excellent preparation for PhD research in other Physical or Applied Science subjects.
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Analytical Chemistry is a fundamental science for employment in chemistry and related industries, focusing on the separation, identification, and quantification of matter using various techniques. Read more
This international Master program focuses on the fundamental aspects of physical chemistry and then leads on to specialized topics so that graduates may be integrated within both academic and industrial fields. Read more
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Materials Chemistry has emerged as an important sub-discipline within Chemistry. It cross-cuts the traditional organic/inorganic/physical boundaries of Chemistry and overlaps many disciplines from Engineering to the Biosciences. Read more
Our Chemistry masters degree is a highly versatile course allowing you to direct your studies to specialised areas of chemistry. The course places strong emphasis on practical chemistry and focuses on current topics in chemistry research. Read more
USF’s Master of Science in Chemistry is designed for graduate students seeking a research-based degree with personalized direction from research advisers and training from experienced full-time faculty. Read more
You are interested in innovation and research in food sciences. You need to obtain professional skills in microbiology and physico-chemistry applied to food and wine processes. Read more
Nanoscience and the study of nanomaterials bring together all facets of science to study, understand and apply all things small. Nanomaterials have had a profound influence on the direction of research ever since the scaleable production of tiny materials became possible. Read more
This international Master program provides students with theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of analytical control of plant-based drugs and health products. Read more
Nanomaterials are essential building blocks that can produce chemicals in an environmentally friendly manner, harvest light to supply energy, and help develop faster computers and better medicines. Read more