MRes

Analytical Chemistry

 
Chemistry

This course will provide you with the advanced knowledge, skills and attributes required for a career in Analytical Chemistry and its sub-disciplines, or act as a base for entry to PhD studies.

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The MRes in Analytical Chemistry is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of students. In particular, it is geared towards the analytical professionals seeking to refresh their knowledge of Analytical Chemistry and recent graduates in a wide range of sciences allied to chemistry including, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Forensic Science and Physics.

Why study this course?

This course enables you to develop and further your knowledge of chemical analysis, with a range of core modules.  You can expand your interests further by selecting module options and an analytical chemistry lead research project within one of our diverse range of internationally recognised research groups.

You'll study chromatography, spectroscopy and spectroscopic methods in drugs analysis. Gain knowledge in advanced instrumentation / analysis covering special topics in metabonomics and metabolomics, high throughput screening, drugs and pharmaceuticals in the environment, drugs in biological samples and receptor activation.

Gain hands on experience

As well as working and studying under the direction of world leading pharmaceutical and medicinal science staff you will gain hands on experience of a variety of modern instrumentation including multi-nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry (NMR), mass spectrometry, transmission electron microscopy (TEM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and high pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC).

Academic staff

Our staff were entered in the Subjects Allied to Heath Care 2008 Research Assessment Exercise and were ranked as 4* (world-leading). These results put pharmaceutical and medicinal science research at NTU at the highest level.

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Fact file
Entry requirements: Please see the Applying section
Starting: October and January
Course length: One year full-time, two years part-time
Study location: Clifton campus

Fees and funding:Please see the fees, funding and scholarships section.

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