The Bachelor’s degree program in Chemistry and Chemical Technology (former Chemistry) has been designed for students who wish to pursue vocational education as a chemist and for those who have a keen interest in engineering and natural sciences. The program includes a broad spectrum of specialized courses in various areas of chemistry, chemical technologies, and process engineering, thereby providing a sound basis for students who intend to enroll in a Master’s degree program or pursue a profession at chemical and technology-oriented institutions and facilities.
BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAM IN Chemistry and Chemical Technology
Bachelor of Science (BSc)
English (Level B2)
The Bachelor’s degree program is largely based on principles of research-based learning and research-led teaching. In addition to acquiring a strong base-knowledge understanding of technical chemistry, the program strongly emphasizes the skills required to successfully address and solve problems. As teamwork is a large part of the program, students work together in small groups, learning how to evaluate and solve theoretical and real-world problems, as well as how to interpret and analyze measured values.
The curriculum for the Chemistry program includes a combination of subfields, providing students with insight into a wide range of professions. Graduates are highly sought after and after successfully completing studies, graduates can pursue a variety of careers, including:
ADVANCED DEGREES AT THE JKU
After completing an undergraduate degree, students can continue their education by pursuing an advanced degree:
As part of the Bachelor’s degree program, students are required to complete courses totaling 180 ECTS credits in the following areas:
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Chemical Technology and Process Engineering
Newly enrolled students can take revision courses before beginning studies:
Contact the Admissions Office for additional information about the admission requirements.