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Master´s Program in Peptide- and Protein Chemistry

Course Description

The Master’s programme in Peptide- and Protein Chemistry is aimed at students holding a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry or a corresponding degree in Technical or Natural Science and is given jointly by the Department of Neurochemistry and the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics. The aim of the programme is to provide students with a broad insight into the chemistry, chemical properties, functions and applications of peptides and proteins. Central parts of the programme are in-depth knowledge of biochemical methods, solid-state peptide synthesis and spectroscopy of biomolecules as well as structure-function relationships and mechanisms of action of peptides and proteins.

The programme consists of compulsory courses (45 credits in total) and at least three specialized courses that can be chosen from among five courses, up to 30 credits freely chosen elective courses and a Degree Project, which is conducted in a research group at the Department of Neurochemistry or at the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics. The programme provides a good platform for further graduate studies or for a professional career, both in Sweden and internationally.

Entry Requirements

BSc in Natural Sciences with 90 ECTS in chemistry (including 7.5 ECTS biochemistry)

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