|RWTH Aachen University • Aachen||4 Semesters|
|Master of Sciences (MSc)||Onsite|
The aim of the specialization field of Applied Mineralogy and Crystallography (AMC) is to gain basic knowledge (including the theoretical basis) about the chemical and physical properties of naturally occurring minerals and of nature-inspired synthetic materials. This will lead to a deeper understanding of the relationship between the atomistic structure of these materials and their properties. Such knowledge will not only allow students to understand the influence of these properties on the geological processes but also help them to develop novel materials with tailored properties for technologically relevant applications.
Students can choose from a variety of modules, such as Diffraction Methods, Crystal Growth, laboratory courses, Interface, and Micro-scale Mineralogy, Electron Microscopy, Advanced Organic, and Inorganic Environmental Geochemistry, Texture Analysis, and Materials Engineering.
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It’s possible to download the current course curriculum at the bottom of the following webpage: http://www.fgeo.rwth-aachen.de/cms/Geowissenschaften-und-Geographie/Studium/Studiengaenge/Master-courses-of-study/Angewandte-Geowissenschaften/~cajo/Kurzprofil-des-Studiengangs/lidx/1/
- Bachelor of Science or Engineering with at least 180 ECTS
- a minimum of 90 ECTS in geoscientific modules, at least 5 ECTS of which have to be earned in field work
- a minimum of 30 ECTS in mathematics, chemistry, and physics modules
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Applicants must provide proof of their English language skills according to RWTH Aachen University regulations.
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Non-EU applicants: 1 March for the following winter semester (starting in October) or 1 September for the following summer semester (starting in April)
EU applicants: 15 July for the following winter semester (starting in October) or 15 January for the following summer semester (starting in April)