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Advanced Chemistry

Degree type
Bachelor
Language of education
English
Duration
24 months
Tuition fee EU/EEA
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Tuition fee Non EU/EEA
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Education type
Fulltime,Parttime,Dual
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Application deadline
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Accreditations
Netherlands Government
Type of institution
University of Applied Sciences
City
Breda

Program description

Advanced Chemistry prepairs students for a career in applied sciences. The content focuses on organic and analytical chemstry, which is applied in fields like forensics, life sciences, chemivcal industry. food and pharmaceutical product development.

The course covers subjects in the fileds of chromatographiy, electrophoresis, mass spectrometry, structure elucidation, chemometrics and organic chemistry. The subjects are taken from the Eurocurriculum II for analytical chemitry, developed by the Division of Analytical Chemistry of FECS ( Federation of European Cheical Societies). They are presented in the form of courses, practicals, workshops and projects.

Research projects are part of the programme and are performed using modern and sophisticated analytical equipment, GC, HPLC and LC-MS. Part of our teachers are active in the forensic field or are active members of the KNCV (Royal Dutch Chemical Society). During the programme, students carry out an internship of 6 months and a final project of another 6 months in an international research institute or company.

The Advanced Chemistry Program
The bachelor program in Advanced Chemistry focuses on organic and analytical chemstry, which is applied in fields like forensics, life sciences, chemivcal industry. food and pharmaceutical product development. The course covers subjects in the fileds of chromatographiy, electrophoresis, mass spectrometry, structure elucidation, chemometrics and organic chemistry. The subjects are taken from the Eurocurriculum II for analytical chemitry, developed by the Division of Analytical Chemistry of FECS ( Federation of European Cheical Societies). They are presented in the form of courses, practicals, workshops and projects. Research projects are part of the programme and are performed using modern and sophisticated analytical equipment, GC, HPLC and LC-MS. Part of our teachers are active in the forensic field or are active members of the KNCV (Royal Dutch Chemical Society). During the programme, students carry out an internship of 6 months and a final project of another 6 months in an international research institute or company.

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