The faculty currently offers the interdisciplinary Bachelor's and Master's degree course in Molecular Biotechnology, the state examination course in Pharmacy, the Master's/PhD program Matter to Life as part of the Max Planck School of the same name and the Master's degree course in Computer Engineering. From the winter semester 2024/25, the innovative and research-driven Master's degree program Molecular Systems Science and Engineering will be launched. There are 862 students enrolled in the faculty's study programs (winter semester 22/23), 238 students started their studies in these programs in the academic year of 2023.
State examination degrees
Pharmacy - State examination
The pharmacy degree program qualifies graduates to exercise the profession of pharmacist. In addition, students acquire wide-ranging scientific skills that are also in demand in industry and many other professions.
Matter to Life - Master
The Master's program Matter to Life is offered with a focus on “Molecular Systems Chemistry and Engineering” at Heidelberg University and “Complex Systems and Biological Physics” at the University of Göttingen. Following this, a direct entry into the PhD program in Matter to Life is possible.
Molecular Systems Science and Engineering - Master
The new Master's degree course in Molecular Systems Science and Engineering, the only one of its kind in Germany to date, is due to start in the 2024/25 winter semester. Through the interaction of physics, chemistry, materials science and the molecular life sciences, Molecular Systems Engineering creates a concept that promotes the translation of knowledge from the natural sciences into the life sciences and medicine, as well as the transfer to industrial applications.
Computer Engineering - Master
Students of computer engineering study the architecture, design and realization of computers, communication networks and embedded systems on the hardware level and the creation of hardware-related software.