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Develop and further your knowledge of pharmaceutical analysis on this accredited Masters course which includes a substantial research-led project.This Pharmaceutical Analysis Masters course will allow you to study the complexities of organic synthesis, synthesis of biologically important molecules and NMR spectra, and develop concepts of analytical chemistry applied to the detection and analysis of drugs.Youll be taught by our Chemistry team who are comprised of academic and support staff that
Develop and further your knowledge of pharmaceutical analysis on this accredited Masters course which includes a substantial research-led project.
This Pharmaceutical Analysis Masters course will allow you to study the complexities of organic synthesis, synthesis of biologically important molecules and NMR spectra, and develop concepts of analytical chemistry applied to the detection and analysis of drugs.
You'll be taught by our Chemistry team who are comprised of academic and support staff that are subject experts in organic, inorganic, physical and analytical chemistry. Our teaching and your satisfaction are very important to us and we have won awards and recognition for this aspect of our work. So feel assured you will have a supportive education here at NTU with our 'open door' policy. This course is accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
How you’re taught
This programme is delivered by a combination of traditional lectures, seminars and tutorials, together with laboratory classes and an in depth laboratory based research project.
You will be assessed on a variety of components including:
Careers and employability
The pharmaceutical and chemical industry is a well-established market growing globally. There is a steady increase in international employment opportunities within the pharmaceutical industry.
Our graduates have gone on to work in a wide variety of job markets including:
food and drinks
advance materials engineering
finance and sales
Many graduates choose to undertake further study and this course provides a good basis for progressing onto a PhD.
Students will need a UK honours degree (minimum 2.2) or equivalent in chemistry related subject including forensic science, pharmacology and pharmacy. Students with relevant employment experience or other relevant qualifications will also be considered.
Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is one of the biggest and most popular universities in the UK offering a number of benefits for postgraduate students.
The University offers a variety of taught postgraduate courses and a wide range of research degree options across their eight academic schools. There are many types of postgraduate study on offer including taught postgraduate courses, professional courses and research degrees.
Whether you are looking to further your knowledge in a chosen subject, improve your prospects or want to change careers, NTU has the course for you. The combination of academic excellence, focused support and student experience makes them a popular choice for postgraduate students across the world.
Nottingham Trent University students on Postgraduate Search say:
“I have really enjoyed getting to know the city and Nottingham Trent University.
Where you'll study
Nottingham Trent University