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University of York, MSc, Advanced Magnetic Resonance and Mass Spectrometry

 United Kingdom


Study mode Start date Duration
Full-time n/a years: 1
Part-time n/a years: 2
This course aims to produce highly versatile and employable graduates able to identify solutions to analytical problems of both the chemical and pharmaceutical industry; it provides the opportunity for students to develop as practising analytical chemists who can meet the most demanding challenges within an industrial or academic environment; Masters and Diploma students also complete a research project, which may be carried out in an industrial environment; this involves critical appreciation of literature relating to a chosen subject and presenting a literature review, preparation of an extended research project, delivering an oral presentation describing results and key findings, submission of a formal thesis; Diploma project is on a smaller scale but still provides a valuable opportunity to pursue an area of specific interest; Certificate option has no research project, so is suitable for those who wish to acquire practical and theoretical knowledge for career development; both Certificate and Diploma options are seen as attractive to practitioners who wish to re-engage with state of the art procedures but do not necessarily need to pursue advanced research aspects.

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