Master in Investigation in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Objectives: The objective of the Masters degree in Investigation in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering is to form elite investigators and to open the doors of investigational leaders in business and universities not only in Spain but in all of the countries integrated in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). Designed for graduates that aspire to direct the most advanced lines of investigation; this Masters degree synthesizes and forms innovational leaders of IQS. The graduate will have the experience, the material means, the IQS community, and the rapport and interaction with businesses who are leaders in investigation, development, and innovation.
The Masters degree in Investigation in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering is directed towards the formation of professionals in the tasks of high-level investigation and innovation in business and industry and in particular the academic-teaching field. Also the Masters degree is directed towards the subsequent achievement of the Doctorates degree.
The course begins in October or February of the academic year.
The price is 13.800 € (230 €/credit) (course 2012/13). A plan of grants and student help is established attending to the origin of the candidate to the program and according to the established exchange agreement.
To gain admittance to the Masters in Investigation in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering the candidates must prove that they have completed the following criteria:
Must have possession of the official qualifications in:
- Chemical Engineering
- Bachelors in Chemistry
- Industrial Engineering, preferably specializing in chemistry or focused in chemistry
- Bachelors in Biochemistry
- Bachelors in Biotechnology
- Bachelors in Pharmacy
Or qualifications previously cited in the agreement of the assembly of 9 February 2006 of the Consell Interuniversitari de Catalunya as follows:
- Have passed three years of study and a minimum of 180 credits of the actual study program
- The precise number of credits passed must contain the entire official university studies first cycle credits
In these cases the Masters advising commission will convene to study the solicitude on a case by case basis in order to determine the feasibility of the candidates' admittance.
Technical Industrial Engineering must have completed at least 60 Masters level credits in the area of chemistry, chemical engineering, biochemistry or similar.
- Foreign students with university degrees must have completed studies equivalent to those mentioned before.
- When determining what will be the titles of the official grades that will replace the actual titles, it will be defined what will be suitable for enrollment in the Masters program.
The Masters Advising Commission of Investigation in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering could consider solicitudes of admission from candidates different than mentioned before when their area of study shows close relation. In this case the candidates could be admitted indicating complimentary academic formation prerequisites.
Last updated October 23, 2017