After 6 semesters, the basic course of study in Chemistry can be successfully completed with the Bachelor of Science, the first level that qualifies students for a profession. The Bachelor course is divided into the four-semester Part I (1st – 4th semester) and the two-semester Part II (5th – 6th semester).
In Part I of the Bachelor’s program, the essential contents of the core subjects General Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry as well as natural science subjects Mathematics and Physics are taught in 7 compulsory total modules. In addition to the classical subjects, students are already introduced to biochemistry, technical chemistry and theoretical chemistry. Part I provides an overview of methods and subjects in the field of chemistry as a whole and thus lays the foundation for Part II.
Part II of the Bachelor’s program serves to expand the education in chemistry and, if desired, to acquire basic knowledge in other subjects. The student can choose from the subjects Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Technical Chemistry or Theoretical Chemistry according to his or her inclination.