BSc Courses

Moleculaire Principes

BSc Pharmaceutical Sciences (Periods 1 & 2)

  • This course covers the fundamental building blocks of chemistry and will act as one of the most important cornerstones of the BSc Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Quantumchemie

BSc Chemistry (Period 2)

  • This course covers the basic principles of quantum chemistry and will help to understand the theory behind chemical bonding, stability, and reactivity.

Computational Chemistry

BSc Chemistry (Period 4)

  • This course covers state-of-the-art quantum chemical techniques and will help to translate chemical problems into a computational approach that leads to a more detailed understanding.

Computational (Pharmaco)Chemistry

BSc Pharmaceutical Sciences (Period 4)

  • This course covers state-of-the-art quantum chemical techniques and will help to translate chemical problems into a computational approach that leads to a more detailed understanding.

 

MSc Courses

Physical Organic Chemistry

MSc Chemistry (Period 2)

  • This course covers all physical organic chemistry concepts that are essential in organic syntheses and will help to design new, more efficient organic reactions.

Analytical NMR Spectroscopy

MSc Chemistry (Period 4)

  • This course gives a comprehensive overview of the physical basis of NMR spectroscopy and will help to understand all ins-and-out of your NMR spectrum.

Advanced Molecular Orbital Theory

MSc Chemistry (Period 4)

  • This course will cover the basic concepts of quantitative molecular orbital theory and will help to understand and predict chemical bonding, molecular structure, and reactivity.

Molecular Modeling

MSc Chemistry (Period 5)

  • This course covers state-of-the-art quantum chemical techniques and will help to translate chemical problems into a computational approach that leads to a more detailed understanding.

Advanced Computational Chemistry

MSc Chemistry (Period 6)

  • This course covers state-of-the-art quantum chemical approaches and will help to rationally design syntheses, catalysts, or pharmacologically active molecules.