A focus is on studies in the Arctic, including key issues in marine chemistry and long-distance transported pollutants like mercury and persistant organic pollutants. Another focus is on different aspects of oil pollution. We emphasise projects that involves cooperation with biologists working within the Environmental Toxicology specialisation. You will find more about the research within the field of environmental chemistry here.
There are two main components to the Masters programme:
- Masters thesis (60 ECTS credits)
- Theoretical and methodological courses, some compulsory and some elective (60 ECTS credits)
- KJ3050 Organic Marine Environmental Chemistry (7.5 ECTS credits) (fall)
- RFEL3070 Scientific Seminars in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (7.5 ECTS credits) (all semesters)
- Experts in team work (7.5 ECTS credits) (Spring)
- KJ3091 Special syllabus for Master's degree (7.5 ECTS credits) (Last semester)
For more information take a look at the Study plan.
- Information about doing a Master Thesis at the Department of Chemistry
- General information on "How to write your Master Thesis"
- Research at the Department of Chemistry
- FAQ's for prospective students