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MASTER'S PROGRAM IN NANOTECHNOLOGY

CURRICULUM

Educational objectives

The master’s program in Nanotechnology at Vietnam Japan University (VJU) has the following objectives:

After graduation, students will have the skills needed to become managers, researchers, and technicians at enterprises working in the field of R&D in nanotechnology. They will also be qualified to become academic researchers or join the teaching staff at universities and research institutes, as well as science and technology management staff in the public sector. Students could also pursue PhD degrees at leading universities in the world, especially in Japan.

Curriculum

The curriculum consists of a total of 64 credits, including core courses of fundamental and professional knowledge, as well as elective courses in each specified field.

Courses Credits
General knowledge
Philosophy 3
Japanese Language 6
Fundamental and Specific knowledge
Compulsory courses 16
Basic Sustainability Science 3
Methodology and Informatics for Sustainable Science 3
Quantum Mechanics 3
Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics 2
Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 3
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Practices 2
Elective courses 18/36
Academic English 4
Computational Nanomaterials Science 3
Nanostructure Analysis 3
Micro and Nanofabrication 2
Nanostructured Materials 2
Nanocomposite and Polymer Materials 2
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 2
Advanced Organic Chemistry 2
Bio-functional Chemistry 2
Advanced Solid State Physics 2
Nanomechanics 2
Semiconductor Nanomaterials and Nanodevices 2
Advanced Physical Chemistry 2
Biosensors and Biochips 2
Biochemical Engineering 2
Nanotech Seminar 2
Internship 6
Master thesis 15

TEACHING LANGUAGES
English and Vietnamese

DURATION AND LOCATION
Duration: 24 months of full-time study
Location: My Dinh Campus, of Vietnam Japan University

DEGREE AND QUALIFICATION
The degree of Master in Nanotechnology