Brief description

The newly established trilateral MSc program Green Chemistry between BOKU, TU Wien, and the University of Vienna, aims to educate leading Central European experts in trans-disciplinary aspects for a holistic approach towards a new understanding of chemistry en route to a sustainable industry and society.

Modern society faces the great challenge of ensuring that a steadily growing population is equally supplied with energy, food, medicines, and everyday necessities without continuing to place an excessive burden on the environment. At the same time, the emission of greenhouse gases must be reduced in order to curb climate change.

The development of new chemical substances and methods can make a major contribution to solving all these complex problems. To do this, however, it is essential to follow the principles of green chemistry, while also taking into account the broader consequences of change in their application in order to generate innovations in the interests of sustainable development.

Green Chemistry is a jointly established English-language master's programme between the TU Wien, the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, and the University of Vienna.

Please see the link below for more information: Programme information

Basic Data


Programm classification no.:
UH 066 652

Duration:
4 Semester - 120 Credits

Degree:

Study Programme Coordinator

 Ass.Prof. MSc. Dr.nat.techn. Hubert Hettegger
Ass.Prof. MSc. Dr.nat.techn. Hubert Hettegger

Curricular committee LBT

Chairperson

Ass.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Roland Ludwig
The subject-specific study commission is responsible for overseeing curriculum development.