Master's Degree in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling
Academic year 2021-22
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|Branch of Knowledge||Science|
|Study programme leadership||Dr. Joaquín Ortega Castro|
|The centre's academic calendar||https://estudis.uib.es/es/estudis-de-master/Estudiar-a-la-UIB/Calendari-academic/|
40 (UIB: 5)
|Inter-university Master's||(See the technical details for more details)|
|Price||Public price per credit 29,22¤
Total cost: 3.567,00 ¤ (*)(**)
The main objective of this Master’s degree programme is to provide students with an advanced, specialized, and multidisciplinary training and education focused on facilitating students’ introduction to research-related tasks in the field of computational and theoretical chemistry. Over the last 20 years, computational modelling at a molecular level has become a tool that is utilized across many different knowledge areas: from biochemistry to novel materials, all chemistry-related disciplines, and emerging fields such as nanoscience.
Computational simulation has become a fundamental branch of science that allows for theoretical and experimental studies to surpass certain limits inherent to the studies themselves. This has led to a growing demand for professionals who are educated in these fields. It is a demand that stems not only from the academic world but also from industry: everyday, more and more businesses are using modelling at the molecular level as a tool that is vital to their existence.