Master in Chemistry

General

Program Description

Program Description & Objectives

Modern chemistry is based on atomic and chemical bond theories as the foundation. The discovery of the atomic electronic structure and the establishment of quantum theory provides a solid scientific basis for chemistry. This program provides the basis of many chemical applications in the oil & gas industry. Students will learn how to improve different production processes through adjusting the chemical compositions and combinations of different compounds and materials.

Core Courses

  • Petroleum Chemistry
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering
  • Advanced organic chemistry
  • Advanced instrument analysis

Research Areas

  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Polymer Chemistry and Physics

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Graduation & Degree Requirements

  • Study time: 3 years.

Credit Requirements

  • Minimum credits: 30

Tuition

  • 31,000 RMB/Year (English taught)
  • 29,000 RMB/Year (Chinese taught)

Language Requirements

Where English was not the medium of instruction during a student’s previous study experience, applicants must demonstrate English language proficiency equivalent to IELTS 6.5. or TOEFL 80

HSK 5 with at least 180 marks for applicants of the Chinese language program

Application Deadline & Course Start Date

Applications open from October to May 30th for postgraduate studies. Degree programs all start in September. We advise students to apply 3 months before the deadline in order to have ample time to prepare all the necessary materials, apply for scholarships and look for supervisors.

Last updated November 2019

About the School

China University of Petroleum (CUPB) was founded in 1953, nominated as one of the key national universities in 1960, and is a ‘211’ national universities under administration of the Ministry of Educat ... Read More

China University of Petroleum (CUPB) was founded in 1953, nominated as one of the key national universities in 1960, and is a ‘211’ national universities under administration of the Ministry of Education. Read less