Your Bioanalytical Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Analysis (M.Sc.) part-time Master’s program
Analytical science is becoming increasingly significant: Fast and precise analytical methods are more important than ever in research, quality control, and production monitoring. At Hochschule Fresenius, you can study Bioanalytical Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Analysis (M.Sc.) in part-time in three semesters. Gain professional knowledge of modern analytical methods and the correct classification of the results these methods deliver.
Career prospects with your study program
Having analyzed molecules and examined biological processes, as a graduate of the part-time Master’s study program in Bioanalytical Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Analysis (M.Sc.), you have a wide range of potential careers.
Your newly acquired ability to understand the entire analytical process will make you a sought-after expert in many fields – for example with companies in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry, biotech companies, public authorities, analysis and research institutes, and manufacturers of analytical devices. After your successful graduation, your potential roles include:
- Research assistant/head of research at a private company (after completing a doctorate)
- Product and sales expert for analytical devices
- Project manager
- Quality control manager at a private company
- Researcher of fundamental science at a public institute
- Member of staff/director at a regulatory
Your study program in detail
Establishing rapid and efficient analysis is both a great challenge and vital for industry. In the part-time Master’s study program in Bioanalytical Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Analysis (M.Sc.), we will set you on the right path and give you the skills you need.
In this part-time Master’s program, we focus on the various analytical methods and work with you to establish which methods are best suited to specific tasks. We don’t just take measurements. We also ask questions and use the answers to develop the best solutions.
As well as studying analytical methods, you will learn about the key legal requirements that play a major role in the development, registration, production, and distribution of medicinal products. We will also spend plenty of time on quality assurance – precision is key for analytical methods, requiring a keen awareness of quality. Fascinating lectures will also provide insights into the world of proteins, nucleic acids, and polysaccharides and their importance in physiological processes.
In the part-time Master’s study program Bioanalytical Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Analysis (M.Sc.), we offer practical teaching by lecturers who have professional experience in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry and know the needs of the market. This Master’s program has a strong focus on application, and you will spend a great deal of time in our state-of-the-art laboratories. There, you will work independently on various projects and gain experience by working with modern analytical devices. The study program is rounded off by case studies and excursions to companies in the pharmaceutical and bioanalysis industry with integrated workshops. This helps you find not only a suitable topic but also potential corporate partners for your final Master’s thesis.
The program has an international feel from the outset and all content is taught in English, providing you with yet another advantage.
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Your way to Hochschule Fresenius
To be admitted to the part-time Master’s study program in Bioanalytical Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Analysis (M.Sc.) at Hochschule Fresenius, you need to fulfil the following admission requirements:
You must have completed a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 240 credit points (or equivalent).
The final grade of your Bachelor’s degree must be equivalent to a grade of 2.5 or better under the German university system. In the case of a lower grade point average, your aptitude for the study program can be demonstrated in a separate admissions interview or as part of an admissions test.
- Bachelor’s degree in a chemistry-related field of study (analytics, chemistry, pharmacy, physics, biology)
- Competencies in practical laboratory experimentation
Your English language skills must be equivalent to Level B2 of the European Framework of Reference for Languages.