The student shall develop their knowledge of Chemistry, develop their ability to apply the knowledge acquired during their studies, and train in independently conducting and presenting a major assignment. The assignment should be of a research-like nature. The student is to actively take part in the planning of the project, independently complete the assignment, document and present the results both verbally and in writing. The written report is to contain a popular scientific summary which shall also address relevant societal and ethical aspects. The course also includes the critical examination and opposition of a degree project at second-cycle level.
Master´s Degree Thesis in Chemistry, 60 Credits, 60 credits
Autumn Term 2023
28 August 2023
2 June 2024
Type of studies
The four foundation courses in the master's program in chemistry; Biophysical-Chemical Concepts (5KE174), Advanced Experimental Tools in Chemistry (5KE175), Chemometrics (5KE053) Computational Chemistry (5KE176) or equivalent. English 6/B or equivalent.