“Analytical Chemistry” Master program
The “Analytical chemistry” master program is in the first place meant for those who already have a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry. However, those having a Bachelor's degree in Biology, Biotechnology, Material Studies or Physics, may also be admitted. The training program is focused on classical approaches and contemporary methods of Analytical Chemistry. Emphasis is placed on various kinds of chromatography.
The medium of instruction for this program is Russian.
Graduates are ready to work at research and analytical laboratories specializing in various spheres (for example, those involved in chemistry and chemical engineering, biotechnologies, foodstuff laboratories, as well as pharmaceutical, petrochemical, forensic laboratories and so on).
Skills & Competences
Graduates have basic skills and fundamental concepts of classical and contemporary analytical methods. It enables them to start working on analyzing the composition of any objects right after graduation. For this purpose, no additional retraining, or just minimal training is required.
- Critical tasks of contemporary chemistry
- Contemporary separation methods
- Contemporary methods of analyzing bioactive substances
- Analytical control of foodstuffs
- Contemporary physical and chemical methods in forensic science
- Pharmaceutical chemistry
- Contemporary issues of chromatography
- Sampling and sample processing
- Optical methods in chemistry
- Capillary electrophoresis in chemical analysis
The program completes with a master thesis defense. Students perform experiments in well-equipped University laboratories, or in the laboratories at the University partner enterprises. The whole of the 4th semester is provided for writing a master thesis.
The deadline to submit the application is August 8, 2020, however, international students are strongly encouraged to apply by July 18, 2020.
About the School
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