Master in Sustainable and Environmental Chemistry
Universidad de Alicante
EUR 39 / per credit *
Earliest start date
* 39,27€ per credit
- Total credits: 60
- Places offered: 20 places
- Credit fee: €39,27 (1st registration); €62,79 (2nd registration and successive).
- Teaching modality: Face-to-face
- Language of instruction: Spanish
- Field of study: Sciences
- Faculty involved: Faculty of Sciences
- Program jointly shared with: Only taught at this university.
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After successful completion of this training module, students are awarded a Master's Degree In Sustainable And Environmental Chemistry.
The Master’s Degree in Sustainable and Environmental Chemistry provides its graduates with complete training in aspects related to sustainability, new sources of energy, and chemical control of the environment, which will prepare them to develop a doctoral thesis or enter businesses from different sectors or public institutions to which they will provide solid knowledge about the adaptation of chemical knowledge to new social demands and laws regarding sustainability in human activity.
The main objective of this master’s degree is to form graduates who are equipped with the understanding of the mechanisms that influence the environment and the ethical commitment that is necessary to contribute to its conservation, as well as the knowledge and abilities related to sustainability from a Chemistry perspective.
The multidisciplinary character of this masters will equip future graduates to be employed in jobs related to a variety of fields: Chemistry Industry, Environmental Industries, Consulting, Research, and University Teaching.