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Master of Chemistry
Academic year :

Master of Chemistry (Model Path part 1)

Compulsory courses

The student has to acquire all 18 ECTS-credits from the list below

Chemical reaction engineering3sp1st semester
Bogaerts, Annemie
Chemometrics, lab accreditation and quality management3sp1st semester
De Waele, Johan
Dynamic processes at surfaces3sp1st semester
Neyts, Erik
Heterogenous catalysis3sp1st semester
Cool, Pegie
Buskens, Philip
Homogenous catalysis3sp1st semester
Maes, Bert
Das, Shoubhik
Safety and transportation3sp1st semester
De Waele, Johan
 

Profiling space

The student needs to complete one profiling space (either the cluster Industry, either the cluster Applied Chemistry.) for a total of 12 ECTS-credits, of which 6 ECTS-credits in master year 1 and 6 ECTS-credits in master year 2.

Profiling space: Cluster Industry

Automation3sp1st semester
Verschaeren, Jan
Chemical process engineering 13sp1st semester
Baets, Herman
Environmental and social legislation3sp1st semester
Vanoeteren, Carine
Reyniers, Kelly
IP, HRM and communication3sp1st semester
Smekens, Anne
Bosman, Martin
Luys, Marie-José
 

Profiling space: cluster Applied Chemistry

Biotechnology3sp1st semester
Baggerman, Geert
Chemistry of food stuffs3sp1st semester
Thijs, Liesbet
Medicinal chemistry3sp1st semester
Ballet, Steven
Metallurgy and recycling of metals3sp1st semester
Claessens, Serge
 

Profiling space: elective courses.
You choose 21 ECTS in combination with the cluster Enterprise or the cluster Applied chemistry.

Academic Literacies for Scientists3sp1st semester
Van Hout, Tom
Advanced molecular spectroscopy6sp1st semester
Johannessen, Christian
Advanced NMR6sp1st semester
Martins, José C.
Capita selecta crystallization in the farmaceutical industry3sp1st semester
Collas, Alain
Capita selecta internationalisation: Applied inorganic chemistry3sp1st semester
Potgieter, Herman
Capita selecta internationalisation: Natural product and tandem chemistry3sp1st semester
Orru, Romano
Capita selecta internationalisation: Plasmas for a sustainable society3sp1st semester
van de Sanden, Richard
Capita selecta organic chemistry, incl. practical6sp1st semester
Maes, Bert
Das, Shoubhik
Chemical process engineering 23sp1st semester
Baets, Herman
Capita selecta X-ray analysis and analytical imaging6sp1st semester
Janssens, Koen
DFT and chemical reactivity3sp1st semester
De Proft, F.
Plasma modelling6sp1st semester
Bogaerts, Annemie
 

Internship Option 1: Industrial Internship

Option 1: The student combines the industrial internship with 15 ECTS of optional courses from the list below.

Industrial internship15sp2nd semester
Cool, Pegie
 

Internship Option 1: Industrial Internship - Elective courses

Option 1: The student has to choose a total of 15 ECTS-credits from the list below

Advanced inorganic materials3sp2nd semester
Cool, Pegie
Advanced LC-MS3sp2nd semester
Lemiere, Filip
Capita selecta biochemistry3sp2nd semester
Sobott, Frank
Experimental Techniques: optics and laserspectroscopy3sp2nd semester
Wenseleers, Wim
Hydrodynamics3sp2nd semester
Partoens, Bart
Ligand field theory3sp2nd semester
Blockhuys, Frank
Modern electrochemical analysis, incl. sensors3sp2nd semester
De Wael, Karolien
(Parallel) programming3sp2nd semester
Cuyt, Annie
Process safety3sp2nd semester
Meynen, Vera
6-Quality, Safety, Environment and Energy Management3sp2nd semester
Cornet, Iris
Supramolecular chemistry3sp2nd semester
Dehaen, Wim
 

Internship Option 2: International Research Internship

International research internship30sp2nd semester
Johannessen, Christian
 

Master of Chemistry (Model Path part 2)

Compulsory courses

The student has to acquire 9 ECTS-credits from the list below

Advanced analytical techniques3sp1st semester
Janssens, Koen
Applied polymer chemistry3sp1st semester
Eevers, Walter
Physical organic chemistry3sp1st semester
Blockhuys, Frank
 

Profiling space

You need to complete one profiling space (either the cluster Industry, either the cluster Applied Chemistry.) for a total of 12 ECTS-credits, of which 6 ECTS-credits in master year 1 and 6 ECTS-credits in master year 2.

Profiling space: cluster Industry

Automation3sp1st semester
Verschaeren, Jan
Chemical process engineering 13sp1st semester
Baets, Herman
Environmental and social legislation3sp1st semester
Vanoeteren, Carine
Reyniers, Kelly
IP, HRM and communication3sp1st semester
Smekens, Anne
Bosman, Martin
Luys, Marie-José
 

Profiling space: cluster Applied Chemistry

Biotechnology3sp1st semester
Baggerman, Geert
Chemistry of food stuffs3sp1st semester
Thijs, Liesbet
Medicinal chemistry3sp1st semester
Ballet, Steven
Metallurgy and recycling of metals3sp1st semester
Claessens, Serge
 

Profiling space: elective courses.
You have to choose 21 ECTS in combination with the cluster Enterprise or the cluster Applied chemistry.

Academic Literacies for Scientists3sp1st semester
Van Hout, Tom
Advanced molecular spectroscopy6sp1st semester
Johannessen, Christian
Advanced NMR6sp1st semester
Martins, José C.
Capita selecta crystallization in the farmaceutical industry3sp1st semester
Collas, Alain
Capita selecta internationalisation: Applied inorganic chemistry3sp1st semester
Potgieter, Herman
Capita selecta internationalisation: Natural product and tandem chemistry3sp1st semester
Orru, Romano
Capita selecta internationalisation: Plasmas for a sustainable society3sp1st semester
van de Sanden, Richard
Capita selecta organic chemistry, incl. practical6sp1st semester
Maes, Bert
Das, Shoubhik
Chemical process engineering 23sp1st semester
Baets, Herman
Capita selecta X-ray analysis and analytical imaging6sp1st semester
Janssens, Koen
DFT and chemical reactivity3sp1st semester
De Proft, F.
Plasma modelling6sp1st semester
Bogaerts, Annemie
 

Master thesis

Master thesis incl. internship in a research group30sp2nd semester
Blockhuys, Frank