Chemistry involves the study of all things chemical - processes, compositions and properties - with the purpose of better understanding the way in which certain materials are structured, the changes they undergo and their reactions under certain conditions. A student of Chemistry will be able to understand the special duty of chemists, the general nature of chemical investigation along with some of its important results and their expression within Science.
Having a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry puts one in an excellent position to choose from a wide variety of useful, interesting and rewarding careers. A person with a Bachelor's level education in chemistry is prepared to take up professional positions in industry, education, or public service. A Chemistry degree also serves as an excellent foundation for advanced study in a number of related areas. The list of career possibilities for people with training in chemistry is long and varied.
Below is the list of core courses in Bachelors in Chemistry:
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Industrial Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Agricultural Chemistry
Apart from the knowledge of chemicals, Bachelors in Chemistry requires a few basic subjects.
Chemistry Specialisation :
- Chemical engineering
- Environmental science
- Green chemistry
- Material science
- Food technology
- Agricultural chemistry
As well as developing strong mathematical/numerical ability, a chemistry degree gives you transferable skills, including:
- analysis and problem solving.
- time management and organisation.
- written and oral communication.
- monitoring/maintaining records and data.
- research and presentation.
- IT and technology.
Basic Admission Standards for International Students means you may need the following:
- An approved evaluation / translation of official transcripts (the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services maintains a list of approved service providers)
- Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of 61 iBT for undergraduates (173 computer-based, 500 written), or IELTS scores of at least 6.0 in lieu of TOEFL. Graduate students should have a TOEFL score of at least 79, 6.5 for IELTS.
- Secondary-school transcripts
- Post-secondary transcripts
- Official transcript from all previously attended universities or colleges
Category: Chemistry Scholarships :
- Professor Colin Eaborn Chemistry Scholarship at University of Sussex, UK
- Holland funding for Non-EU/EEA Students at the University of Twente in the Netherlands
- Faculty of Science Undergraduate Elite international awards in UK, 2021
Following are the job roles after Bachelor’s in Chemistry:
- Analytical Chemist
- Forensic Scientist
- Regulatory Affairs
- Formulation Chemistry