- Legislation. Regulation and Management
- Analytical Strategies and the Environment
- Master Thesis
- Structural Analysis and Synthetic Planning
- Frontiers in Inorganic Chemistry
- Applied Physical Chemistry
- Elucidation of Reaction Mechanisms
- Materials Physical Chemistry
- Chemical Speciation and Computation
- Bioinorganic Chemistry and Biomaterials
- Biogeochemical Cycles
- Bioorganic and Supramolecular Chemistry
- Organic Reactivity and Organometallic Chemistry
- Green Chemistry
- Statistical Methods for Environmental Data
- Ecology and Biomonitorization
- Water Quality
- Soil Quality
- Air Quality
- Energy Resources
- Quality Management
- Advanced Instrumental Analysis
- Environmental Monitoring
- Environmental Economy
Access and Admission
UDC Master’s studies programmes are open to students with an undergraduate degree or equivalent from a recognised Spanish university, or an equivalent qualification from a recognised third-level institution in the EHEA.
Candidates from non-EHEA university systems are not required to have their qualifications officially recognised, provided the UDC is satisfied that the learner outcomes and status of their non-EHEA qualification are homologous to the equivalent degree in Spain. This is an application-specific statement of equivalence only: under no circumstances may the University’s admission of non-EHEA qualifications be construed as a form of official accreditation.
Applications for UDC Master’s studies programmes will be assessed on the basis of specific entry criteria, including the candidate’s academic qualifications and merits. Information relating to entry procedures and requirements will be included in the programme structure for each degree.
The decision to offer a student a place on a UDC Master’s degree programme is the result of an application-specific evaluation process and has no bearing on the academic or professional status of the candidate’s existing qualifications.
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