A Master of Science or MSc is a postgraduate degree typically in the fields of sciences and social sciences. MSc may be course-based, research-based, or a mixture of the two.
Geology, which is the study of the physical features of Earth, may encompass many different subjects. Studying geology may include learning about paleontology, hydrology, mineralogy or volcanology in order to gain a better understanding of Earth processes and development.
This programme explores the molecular structures and functional mechanisms of a large number of proteins. Understanding proteins is central to understanding and solving b
Understanding proteins is central to understanding and solving both medical and biochemistry related problems on the molecular level. This programme explores the molecular structures and functional mechanisms of a large number of proteins. Graduates from the programme will master methods of cloning, expression and purification of proteins, and a number of specialised techniques for analysing proteins. They will also be able to use and understand primary scientific publications and have the ability to independently plan, carry out and critically evaluate experiments.
In the first year, students follow advanced courses in biochemistry, protein chemistry andmolecular biophysics. In the second year, they choose Master’s degree project or projects in the fieldsmentioned above, which can be carried out at the University or in a company with a relevant research profile....
This Master's programme covers nearly all aspects of geology, from minerals and rocks to glacial geology, sediments, climatic changes and the evolution of life. There are
The programme covers nearly all aspects of geology, from minerals and rocks to glacial geology, sediments, climatic changes and the evolution of life. It aims to provide students with a wide range of geological knowledge, exposure to areas at the cutting-edge of research and a thorough understanding of the practical applications of geology.
There are two specialisations: Bedrock Geology and Quaternary Geology. Three or four courses in either specialisation, combined with an elective course, are normally studied during the first year. A Master’s degree project (45 ECTS credits) is compulsory in the second year.
One of many attractions of the Department of Geology is the vast array of in-house research equipment that complements teaching. All students undertake their lectures and practical sessions in well-equipped lecture halls and teaching laboratories within the department building. Fieldwork is an essential part of the practical work and there are excursions of between one day and one week. These are held at a variety of locations and are a major feature of the programme. In the final year, students generally undertake projects in many of the research laboratories. Computing and workstation facilities underpin many aspects of our teaching and research. Students have access to all library resources at the department, which includes electronic journals....
The EMerald Master programme was created to answer the urgent need expressed by the European Union to create a resource efficient Europe. As the EU recognised the importa
Awarded the EIT Label in 2016
The EMerald Master programme was created to answer the urgent need expressed by the European Union to create a resource efficient Europe. As the EU recognised the importance of mineral and metal resources in our modern economy, it also realised that the raw materials industries were facing a critical skills shortage.
The EMerald Master programme aims to train a new generation of engineers with an entrepreneurial mindset and a global vision of the value chain, putting the extraction of mineral and metal resources at the beginning of a circle which ends by collecting end-of-life products and recovering valuable materials out of the urban mines (circular economy). Therefore, the Master course will focus on two aspects:...