Master's Degree in Natural Sciences in Shanghai in China

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Natural Sciences

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Natural sciences are a scientific branch that deals with observations, understanding and predictions of natural phenomena. It is a diverse field and includes disciplines such as biological science, physics, chemistry, Earth science and astronomy.

The china higher education for a couple of years has been voted as one of the best among the Asian countries. This country has over 150 both public and private owned universities distribution on all provinces of china. The higher education is research based.

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Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering & Technology

Donghua University
Campus Full time September 2018 China Shanghai

The nationally acknowledged Chemical Engineering Master of Engineering (MChE.) Program at Donghua University was established in 1978. [+]

Chemical Engineering & Technology (M.E) Program Overview

The nationally acknowledged Chemical Engineering Master of Engineering (M.Ch.E.) Program at Donghua University was established in 1978. It is currently administrated by the College of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (CCCEB). The M.Ch.E. program has a focus in applied research and is especially designed to provide excellent preparation for students who will be seeking employment in the industry.

ChE faculty have taken charge of over 100 research projects funded by the national and provincial ministries, which resulted in over 300 journal publications, almost 200 patent applications, and numerous awards for the advancement of science and technology. We maintain a high faculty/student ratio and operate an open-door policy for faculty offices whereby students are free to stop in to discuss their research, science, careers or life in general. Incoming students may choose to study in the three sub-disciplines of Applied Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering and Process Chemistry. The program has graduated over 400 master students and there are approximately 100 students currently enrolled.... [-]