The master’s programmes Chemistry and LST each offer four specialisations. The two-year programme consists of 120 EC. The table below gives an overview of the division of EC points between the different components of the programme.
A double specialisation comprises a full programme of one specialisation (i.e. the main specialisation) plus the specialisation-specific components of a second specialisation. The main specialisation should be chosen in the following order: Research above Education above Business/Communication. The number of credits for double specialisations thus must be at least 150 EC (Research + EDU30), 160 EC (Research + BS, Research + SCS, EDU60 + BS, EDU60 + SCS, BS + SCS) or 180 EC (Research + EDU60).