Master’s Degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry
The objective of the Master’s Degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry is to train budding professionals and researchers with a profile orientated to research and product, process and service development in the different industrial sectors related to pharmaceutical chemistry, biomedicine and similar subjects.
It is the only Master’s Degree taught 100% in English with less than 120 ECTS credits with accreditation from EUROMASTER and ASIIN.
Advanced knowledge of different disciplines within pharmaceutical chemistry, which allows students to identify and solve problems, develop and implement original ideas and assimilate new knowledge throughout their professional career.
Mastery of chemical and management tools for drug research, development and production.
Knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry and the new trends in the use of pharmaceutical chemistry.
IQS is strongly committed to educational quality and has established different processes to ensure continuous improvement through the IQS School of Engineering Quality Committee, a Quality department and a Quality Manual.
The Quality Management Department was established at the IQS School of Engineering in 1995. Initially, the focus was on the technical services IQS offers industry, companies, and public administrations. Since 2000, a large part of its work has been aimed at implementing a quality system in the field of teaching.
The Internal Quality Assurance System (SGIC) manual of the IQS School of Engineering at Universitat Ramon Llull (URL) was presented to the AQU (University Quality Agency) for approval in the 2009 AUDIT meeting and was accepted on 22 April 2010. The Quality Evaluation Commission of the Catalan AQU held a meeting on 11 December 2012 and ratified the extension of the SGIC design to consider the affiliation of the IQS School of Engineering for the AUDIT programme.
Become a professional in several industries, in academic or industrial research roles, development and production in the pharmaceutical, biomedical and related areas.
Join universities and research centers as a professional for academic and industrial research (translational) and technology transfer.
Turn your professional activity into a career in teaching.