The modern world today is full of chemistry. Whether as chemical raw materials, polymers or medicines, whether in innovative energy storage systems or as the latest nanomaterials: chemistry is omnipresent. The bachelor’s degree in chemistry at the University conveys the understanding and ability to help shape this exciting area of our lives. The program is practice-oriented. We therefore not only teach the basic theories, but also teach experimental skills in many internships.
The modular course begins with the teaching of the basics of mathematics, physics and general chemistry. Subsequently, the chemical basics in the core subjects Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry are taught through lectures, exercises and practical courses. This is followed by in-depth studies in the three core subjects plus the specialty of Technical Chemistry. An excursion, optional modules on chemical and material science topics, as well as interdisciplinary qualifications (e. g. computer science or business administration) round off the study program. The course is completed with a research internship and the scientifically oriented bachelor thesis.