Chemistry is the most central of all the sciences. Much of our understanding of the material world is based on the areas of Chemistry which are conventionally called Inorganic, Organic, Physical and Analytical; but Chemistry is also central to other disciplines such as Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Materials Science, Medicine, Mineralogy, Molecular Biology and Pharmacology.

The Bachelor of Science in chemistry program is accredited by the Canadian Society of Chemistry (CSC).

The program is designed to provide the students with broad basic knowledge in chemistry and basic skills of scientific research. Over the years, our graduates have found employment in some of the leading companies in the field such as PAPCO and GPIC and have pursue graduate studies at some of the high ranking universities in the world.

 

Detailed Study Plan


Press here to download the Academic Plan of the program 2012

Press here to download the Academic Plan of the program 2017

Program’s Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. Enter job market and build successful career in chemistry and its related areas. 
  2. Pursue graduate studies and research in chemistry.
  3. Pursue life-long learning as broadly educated chemists.
Understand professional and ethical obligations of chemists towards society.
Upon graduation, an UOB graduate in X should demonstrate:

  1. Master a broad set of chemical knowledge concerning the fundamentals in the basic areas of the discipline (organic, inorganic, analytical and physical).
  2. Use standard laboratory equipment, modern instrumentation and techniques to carry out experiments.
  3. Acquire, analyze and interpret experimental data and reach valid scientific conclusions.
  4. Use computers in data acquisition and processing and use available software as tool in data analysis.
  5. Acquire the basic skills of scientific research.
  6. Employ modern library search tools to retrieve scientific information related to chemistry.
  7. Communicate the concepts and results of their theoretical and experimental work through effective writing and oral communication skills.
  8. Act with integrity and good ethics.