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    Chemical Engineering and Water Treatment Chemical Engineering and Water Treatment

    The students of the Master's Programme in Chemical Engineering and Water Treatment specialise either in Chemical and Process Engineering or in Water Treatment.
     
    The Master's programme takes two years, corresponds to 120 ECTS credits and leads to the degree of Master of Science in Technology. Three semesters include lectures and exercises, as well as laboratory and project work. The fourth semester is devoted to the Master's thesis. The language of tuition in the programme is English.
     
    The degree structure of 120 ECTS (2019-2020) consists of:
     - Core studies of 0-1 ECTS credits
     - Specialisation studies a min. of 81 ECTS credits. A Master's Thesis and Seminar is included in the specialisation studies.
     - Minor studies of 20 ECTS credits (at min.)
     - Elective Studies.
     

    The extent of the minor studies is a min. of 20 ECTS cr. The following minors are recommended for the M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering and Water Treatment:
    KeSoD200 Advanced Water Treatment (not for students specialising in Water Treatment)
    KeSoD300 Advanced Process Engineering (not for students specialising in Chemical and Process Engineering)
    KeSoD400 Biobased Chemical Engineering
    KeSoD500 Advanced Chemistry.
    If the total of specialisation studies exceeds 80 cr., no minor studies are required.

    The student must take enough elective studies to reach the total of 120 ECTS cr. required for the Master's degree.
    Information on language and communication studies.

    For learning outcomes and degree structures 2019-2020 see study guides in WebOodi.


     
    The Head of the Master's programme in Chemical Engineering and Water Treatment is D.Sc. (Tech.) Satu-Pia Reinikainen.
     

    Biorefineries Biorefineries

    The students of the Master's Programme in Biorefineries specialise in Biobased Process Engineeering. The programme is suitable for distance learning.
     
    The Master's programme takes two years, corresponds to 120 ECTS credits and leads to the degree of Master of Science in Technology. The language of tuition in the programme is English.
     
    The degree structure of 120 ECTS (2019-2020) consists of:
      - Core studies of 11-12 ECTS credits
      - Specialisation studies a min. of 68 ECTS credits. A Master's Thesis and Seminar is included in the specialisation studies.
      - Minor studies of 20 ECTS credits (at min.)
      - Elective studies.
     
    The extent of the minor studies is a min. of 20 ECTS cr. However, if the total of specialisation studies exceeds 80 ECTS, no minor studies are required.
    The following minors, which are suitable for distance learning, are recommended for the M.Sc. in Biorefineries:
    EnDETDL Energy Technology (Distance Learning)
    VAKASO Liiketoimintaosaaminen (Basic business studies)
    Asiantuntijuus kiertotaloudessa/Circular Economy, a multidiciplinary study module
    https://www.sitra.fi/en/projects/multidisciplinary-study-module-circular-economy/

    NOTE: the minors in Advanced Chemistry or Biobased Chemical Engineering are not available for the students of
    the M.Sc. in Biorefineries.


    The student must take enough elective studies to reach the total of 120 ECTS cr. required for the Master's degree.
    Information on language and communication studies.

    For learning outcomes and degree structures 2019-2020 see study guides in WebOodi.


    The Head of the Master's programme in Biorefineries D.Sc. (Tech.) Eeva Jernström.

    Engineering, Entrepreneurship and Resources Engineering, Entrepreneurship and Resources

    This triple degree programme is called "International Master of Science in Engineering, Entrepreneurship and Resources".The coordinating institution of this triple degree is Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany.


    Students are admitted from the following five home universities:
    University of Miscolc, Hungary
    Ovidius University of Constanta, Romania
    Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia
    University of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
    Dnipro University of Technology, Ukraine.

    Degree Structure (2019-2020)

    The students of the Master's Programme in Engineering, Entrepreneurship and Resources specialise in Process Engineering and Entrepreneurship.
    The Master's degree (120 ECTS) consists of
    - specialisation studies including a Master's thesis and a seminar
    - credit transfer of a min. of 30 ECTS from a student's home university
    - credit transfer of a min. of 30 ECTS from Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg
    - there are no minor studies or elective studies.

    For learning outcomes and degree structures 2019-2020 see study guides in WebOodi.

     
    The Head of the Master's programme in Chemical Engineering and Water Treatment is D.Sc. (Tech.) Ritva Tuunila.

    Chemical and Process Engineering Chemical and Process Engineering

    The last intake to this M.Sc. programme was in 2017

    The student learns to create new sustainable solutions as a response to major global challenges, and to invent, design, develop and promote new technical solutions. The Master's studies are strongly industry-oriented, focusing on fine and commodity chemicals, biorefining and metallurgical industries.

    The Master's programme takes two years, corresponds to 120 ECTS credits and leads to the degree of Master of Science in Technology. Three semesters  include lectures and exercises, as well as laboratory and project work. The fourth semester is  devoted to the Master's thesis. The language of tuition in the programme is English.

    The degree structure of 120 ECTS (2017-2018) consists of:
    - Core studies of 20-21 ECTS credits
    - Specialisation studies of 61 ECTS credits (at min.)
    - Minor studies of 20 ECTS credits (at min.)
    - Free elective studies.

    The Head of the Master's programme in Chemical and Process Engineering is Professor, D.Sc. (Tech.) Tuomo Sainio.

    Chemical Engineering for Water Treatment Chemical Engineering for Water Treatment

    The last intake to this M.Sc. programme was in 2017

    The student learns how waters are purified not only efficiently but also in a sustainable and economical manner and obtains knowledge and skills that can be used to solve water related challenges in the future. The student gets competencies to act as professional in the rapidly developing, multidisciplinary area of water and the environment. 

    The Master's programme takes two years, corresponds to 120 ECTS credits and leads to the degree of Master of Science in Technology. Three semesters  include lectures and exercises, as well as laboratory and project work. The fourth semester is  devoted to the Master's thesis. The language of tuition in the programme is English.

    The degree structure of 120 ECTS consists of:
    - Core studies of 20 ECTS credits
    - Specialisation studies of 60 ECTS credits (at min.)
    - Minor studies of 20 ECTS credits (at min.)
    - Free elective studies.

    The Head of the Master's programme in Chemical Engineering for Water Treatment is D.Sc. (Tech.) Eveliina Repo.