Curriculum

Curriculum - Chemistry Degree

The curriculum indicates the subjects for the degree and their nature (basic, required, electives, etc.), the number of credits for each subject, etc. Topics are divided into subjects, which in turn are organized into modules. In addition, it includes practical information for the student's academic life.

 

This module covers basic knowledge and methods in mathematics, physics, chemistry and crystallography.

These subjects account for approximately half of the total load for the degree program and group together the theoretical and experimental content from the basic disciplines of Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry. The last academic year includes an integrated laboratory that provides students with the opportunity to solve complex practical problems using the most advanced instrumental techniques of a multidisciplinary laboratory..

Provides knowledge and competences with respect to the most important areas of applied chemistry: Biological Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Material Sciences and Applied Computing.

IIncludes subjects in the humanities and pursues the comprehensive education of students by equipping them with the capacity to make judgments that include reflections on relevant issues of a social, scientific and ethical nature.

The Final Year Project is compulsory and individual, and offers students the opportunity to apply and integrate the knowledge they have acquired during their program of study by carrying out a technical project related to the various fields in the professional world of the working chemist. The project is clearly oriented toward professional training.

Elective subjects allow students to acquire specialized focus in the professional competences of areas such as Environmental Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Biochemistry, for example. It also includes internships (up to 9 ECTS credits) and academic recognition credits for participation in a variety of activities (up to 6 ECTS credits).