The emphasis of the programme is on the development and design of advanced chemical products and materials.
You will learn to design specialised materials through your knowledge of chemistry. This could be environmentally-friendly industrial materials or pharmaceutical products.
There are three study lines to choose from:
Polymer Engineering, which is the study of how polymers can be designed and used in areas such as medicine, bio- and nanotechnology.
Catalysis and Nanotechnology, where you study the synthesis and use of catalysts in areas like environmental processes, energy production, chemistry and biochemistry.
Pharmaceutical Technology, where the focus is on advanced analytical, organic and medicinal chemistry
Teaching varies between lectures and classroom instruction. In addition, there is often project work together with other students. Students are encouraged to participate in class discussions.
For the final 6 months, you will be writing your MSc thesis. The thesis is a scientific research project, often carried out in collaboration with one of university's industrial partners.
Read more about Danish teaching methods on www.studyindenmark.dk.
Graduation from the master degree programme confers the title Master of Science (MSc) in Engineering (Advanced and Applied Chemistry).