Do you like to understand how the world around us is constructed, right down to its tiniest constituents? This programme enables you to study a wide range of issues in depth. You can choose everything from producing new matter and materials, conducting tests, investigations and analyses, to modelling and simulating chemical processes and reactions. You can work experimentally, numerically or with theoretical problems.
You apply for admission directly to the preferred programme option:
Required specialization and minimum grade requirement
You must have a minimum grade average comparable to a Norwegian C in the required specialization. A Norwegian C is described as a good grade, generally comparable to an American B and a Second Class Upper in the British system. We do not use conversion tables for foreign grades. All foreign education is individually evaluated during the admission process.
Please note that eligible applicants who fulfill the minimum grade requirement will compete for a study place. Please see the section on ranking for more information on selection criteria.
The required specialization consists of 80 ECTS credits where the following, or equivalent, courses are included:
- 60 ECTS credits of chemistry courses with laboratory, including:
- KJM1111 – Organic chemistry I
- KJM1130 – Physical Chemistry I – thermodynamics and kinetics
- KJM1140 – Biochemistry , BIOS1130 – Biochemistry 1 or KJM1121 – Inorganic chemistry
- KJM2400 – Analytical chemistry I
- 20 ECTS credits within chemistry or material science at advanced undergraduate level (3000 level). If the course KJM3400 – Analytical Chemistry II, or its equivalent, is not included in your bachelor’s degree, the course KJM4400 – Analytical chemistry II must be taken as part of the theoretical curriculum of the master’s degree.
- 10 ECTS credits within mathematics
- 10 ECTS credits within physics
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