Education at Chemistry - BMC
A degree from Uppsala University will give you close connection to excellent and world leading research and you will have the opportunity to develop a personal contact network. You will have a personal mentor who will invite you to seminars, group-meetings and other events in order to prepare you for your future career and you will meet PhD-students and post-docs who have come to Uppsala to be part of an excellent research environment to do cutting-edge research.
Find out more about the education that we offers in analytical chemistry, biochemistry and organic chemistry at the Department of Chemistry - BMC below.
The Master's Programme in Chemistry, specialising in Analytical Chemistry provides you with cutting-edge expertise in the field of analytical chemistry. You combine theoretical knowledge and practical skills in various analytical techniques, including advanced statistical methods for data analysis. This is an increasingly important area both for environmental and advanced biomedical analysis, and you will learn more about different chromatographic and other separation techniques and detection methods, not least mass spectrometry.
The Master's Programme in Chemistry, specialising in Biochemistry, provides you with a firm basis in advanced biochemistry covering all major areas, especially in the field of protein structure/function, macromolecular interactions, enzymology and protein engineering. It has been developed in cooperation with world leading research groups at Uppsala University and you will have lecturers who are leading experts in enzymology, X-ray crystallography, macromolecular interactions, systems biology and protein evolution and engineering.
The Master's Programme in Chemistry, specialising in Organic Chemistry, provides you with cutting-edge expertise in the field of organic chemistry. Your studies combine theoretical knowledge and practical skills covering various important topics of organic chemistry. These include modern synthesis methodology, training in synthesis design, experimental verification and optimisation in the laboratory, and practical application of spectroscopic techniques.