Skilled in examining specific phenomena theoretically and/or experimentally, the graduate is able to contribute to the generation of new scientific insights or to the innovation of new applications of pharmaceutical research. The graduate has obtained insight into the interface between, on the one hand, the history of pharmaceutical sciences and the history of natural science and, on the other hand, issues pertaining to the areas of modern technology, health and environment.
The graduate has in-depth knowledge of the processes of developing new pharmaceuticals as well as expert knowledge of a well-defined area of research within the pharmaceutical sciences.
The graduate has the ability to independently plan and carry out advanced pharmaceutical scientific experiments and identify and describe modern chemical calculation methods.
The graduate is able to use structural-chemical characterisation techniques, examine existing proposed hypotheses based on a solid theoretical background, and relate critically to his/her own research results and scientific models as well as those of others.
The graduate is able to promote collaboration and communication between chemists/pharmacists and other employees within the medicine and health care sector.