Master Studies

Prospective students are mainly graduates in chemistry, but the Master is also open to graduates in Biotechnology, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, who wish to pursue a career in research, innovation and development, both in the industry and at the university, through access to doctoral studies.
The course provides students with the skills needed to address the design of new synthesis of products based upon processes catalyzed by transition metals, integrating the most innovative synthetic routes, and directing the students towards more sustainable, efficient and economical catalytic methodologies. This Master provides also the students the opportunity to endeavor a more theoretical or computational approach to the subject.

More information can be found at http://stark.udg.edu/macmom/