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Chemistry (MSc)


Massey University Sciences

Full time February MSc 1.5 - 2 years

About the course

Massey University’s Master of Science (Chemistry) gives you the opportunity to use the latest advancements across a broad range of disciplines to make your own discoveries in the field of chemistry.

Globally-renowned expertise

Let our experts help you develop your own expertise.

Massey’s chemistry lecturers have an extensive range of experience and expertise across both organic and inorganic chemistry. The department also has strong links to related areas like biological science and material science. No matter what your research interest, Massey’s focus on fundamental, natural and mathematical sciences means you will have access to a broad range of experts to assist you develop your own research and expertise.

Broad range of equipment and facilities

Unlike some other institutions you will have

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