International tuition: £18,940
Domestic tuition: £8,160
It delivers core teaching in advanced aspects of analytical chemistry and enables you to explore areas of specialist knowledge through optional modules. You’ll apply a wide range of analytical techniques and gain invaluable research experience through an extended research project. The taught content of this programme is strongly research-led in line with university and faculty strategy, and academic staff who will teach on the programme are active researchers who publish in high quality, international scientific journals. The programme is designed to build from formal learning approaches to provide a good grounding in the topics, and to then progress to student–led study for individual or group projects.
This program can be done
Applicants for the MSc in Analytical Sciences will be expected to have completed (or be due to complete) a degree in chemistry, a closely related discipline or have substantive equivalent experience. The first degree should be a BSc in a science subject (e.g. Biosciences, Pharmaceutical Science, Chemistry, Forensic Science, Geology, Environmental Science, Archaeological Science) at 2:2 or above.
Graduates of the MSc in Analytical Sciences have forged successful careers in a wide range of settings. These include: PhD study analytical chemistry (analyst, quality specialist, NMR technician, experimental officer, laboratory supervisor, section and facilities manager etc.) teaching
Bradford , United Kingdom