The Master’s degree program “Management in Chemical Technologies” is an extension of the Bachelor’s degree program in Technical Chemistry at the interface between engineering and chemistry and designed to provide students with a deeper understanding of process engineering. Students have the opportunity to specialize in selected areas of chemistry, supplemented by active involvement in research projects that can also be part of a Master’s thesis. In addition to applying an acquired skill set to develop and improve chemical syntheses and processes, graduates will also have the ability to critically assess how new technologies will impact society and the environment. Students not only take in-depth engineering courses, but also advanced business education courses focusing on management, marketing, and finance. Graduates can hone their skills in both chemistry and business and meet the high demand in today’s job market for positions requiring an academic background in both engineering and business.