Optional courses (Major)
Chemistry students at the Vrije Universiteit may follow two different Biomolecular science programmes: the master programme Biomolecular Sciences and the separate programme Systems Biology (topmaster). The former programme is offered by the sections of Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Toxicology. Further information on the research groups participating in this track program can be found on the faculty's website.
Compulsory Courses (Major)
Optional Courses (Major)
Systems Biology (topmaster)
The topmaster programme Systems Biology is a master programme for students following a research-oriented variant. It trains students with BSc ranging from biomedical sciences and biology to chemistry, physics, mathematics and engineering, for a master's degree at the interface between these disciplines.
The topmaster programme Systems Biology focuses on the issue of how a functioning living cell arises from the collaboration of inanimate molecules and herewith depends more on fundamental biophysics, biochemistry and biomathematics. Further information on the research groups participatint in this track programme can be found on the website of the Faculty of Earth and Life Sciences.
The Vrije Universiteit (VU) and the University of Amsterdam (UvA) offer a combined master programme in modern physical science covering physics and chemistry aspects of systems at atomic, molecular and larger scales. Based on internationally high standing and active research programmes in the Amsterdam area, the master programme integrates teaching and research in:
- Quantum Atom Optics
- Molecular Photoscience
- Biomedical Physics
- Computation Physics and Chemistry
- Theoretical Chemistry
This new combined master includes the previous master programmes:
- Condensed Matter Science
- Laser Sciences and Molecular Photoscience
- Computational and Theoretical Sciences
Further information on the research groups participating in this track program can be found on the faculty's website.
Molecular Design, Synthesis and Catalysis
Scientific research and education in the field of molecular chemistry are of utmost importance to society and industry. This broad discipline aspires to understand and influence chemical and physical properties at the molecular level. The research training takes place in one of the six research groups at the Vrije Universiteit and the University of Amsterdam that shape this master programme.
Students are urged to contact one of the Master coordinators of the MDSC programme as soon as possible with their choice of research group. Further information on the research groups participating in this track program can be found on the faculty's website.
Compulsory courses (Major)
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