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Master's Degree in Chemistry
The Master's Degree in Chemistry is designed to add additional training for students who have a bachelor degree in chemistry. During this program students will get started in research by developing the abilities, skills and know-how related to chemistry and become aware of the new demands needed by a globalized market.
Students who complete this Master will have the knowledge and experience to acquire a job or enter into the field of research. They will also be eligible to obtain a PhD qualification by producing, submitting and defending a Doctoral Thesis.
Students who wish to enroll in in this Master program should have a scientific-technical profile with a broad knowledge of chemistry. Students are recommended to have a degree in:
- Environmental Sciences
- Chemical Engineering
These students have the prior level of training required to enter the Master and will not require any supplementary training. For other similar qualifications, the Academic Committee will study each application individually and they may, if necessary require students to study supplementary training that guarantees that they will have the minimum Chemical knowledge necessary to participate in the master studies.
This Master is essential to provide students with advanced training in all the fields of chemistry. This Master will all allow graduates to:
- Participate in the field of chemical research
- Be in an ideal theoretical and practical position for undertaking the research that will lead them to writing their doctoral thesis
- Join the R+D+i department of public or private bodies
- Take on highly skilled and technical jobs in the chemical, pharmaceutical, food or environmental industries
Universidad de La Laguna
The University of La Laguna dates back to 1792 and is located in San Cristóbal de La Laguna in the Canary Islands. In the last two centuries, this University has been viewed as an educational leader and has contributed to...