This Master's programme aims at providing students with a broad interdisciplinary training in the basic sciences physics, chemistry and biology as well as mathematics and computing.
Its main feature is the great freedom students have in compiling their individual study programme combining subjects ranging from chemistry, physics and biology to computer science, materials, earth and environmental sciences.
Graduates acquire the skills necessary for interdisciplinary work in research, teaching, industry, business, and the civil service. Research in rapidly developing areas between the classical disciplines presents unique opportunities.
Depending on the study programme chosen the Master in Interdisciplinary Sciences is furthermore complemented by the specific major as selected by the students.
Examples for majors are: Chemical Physics, Biophysics and Chemical Physics, Analytical and Physical Chemistry, Biophysical Chemistry and Biology, Molecular Biology and Chemical Physics, Chemical Physics and Theoretical Physics, Biophysical and Organic Chemistry, and many more.