MSc in Chemistry


Area of Studies

medical sciences



Degree (in English)


  • English
Course Duration

2 years (4 semesters)

ECTS points



Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa, Faculty of Science & Technology

Tuition and Other Fees

Tuition fees will be posted on the University website.

Application Deadline(s)

Compliant with the recruitment calendar at the university

Course Description

Course Profile

Area of Studies: chemistry sciences

The aim of education in the field of chemistry of second-degree studies is:

- preparing specialists possessing advanced knowledge, skills, and social competences in the field of chemical sciences and the specialty,

- preparing specialists possessing knowledge and skills to solve chemical problems, able to discuss chemical topics with both other specialists and non-specialists, as well as demonstrating the ability to organize group work and manage teamwork.

The education program emphasizes, among others, the ability to combine chemical processes taking place in a broadly understood environment with knowledge of chemistry. The graduate is prepared and possesses experience in laboratory work in the field of chemical analysis and synthesis as well as physicochemical measurements. Moreover, the graduates are ready to undertake education at the Doctoral School.

          Specialty Drug Chemistry – the study program of this specialty, in addition to subjects providing chemical education, enables gaining of additional extended knowledge and skills concerning issues such as synthesis, isolation, and identification of pharmacopoeial substances, modern methods of controlled drug release, pharmacopoeial methods of quantitative analysis of pharmaceuticals and phytotherapy. Additionally, the student achieves and develops skills in the field of technical English in Chemistry.

Education Requirements

Diploma of completing first-degree studies in the field of Chemistry or possessing first-degree qualifications (obtained professional title of bachelor, engineer, master, or master engineer) and possessing competences necessary to continue education at second-degree studies in the field of Chemistry.

In particular, the candidate should:

          possess structured knowledge of mathematics, physics, physical, inorganic, and organic chemistry, biochemistry, chemistry of materials, and chemical technology to the extent needed to solve tasks related to chemistry,

          possess knowledge and skills in the field of synthesis, purification, separation, composition analysis and determination of the structure of chemical compounds using classic and instrumental methods,

          understand the principles of occupational health and safety, rational and safe use of chemicals, as well as legal regulations in the field of managing chemicals,

          possess knowledge and skills in terms of interpreting, presenting, and documenting the results of a chemical experiment.

Other Requirements

B2+ level in English