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Bachelor’s Degree Programme Chemistry

Do you love experimenting? Do you think analytically and work with precision? In the bachelor’s degree programme Chemistry at TU Graz, you build up broad knowledge of technical basics and the basics of natural sciences. This opens the door for you to diverse areas of study and professional fields in chemistry, technical chemistry, biochemistry, biotechnology and materials science.

Content

  • You build up the basics of natural sciences in chemistry, physics and mathematics.
  • You apply methods of analytical, inorganic, organic and physical chemistry.
  • You work with chemical substances.
  • You perform and document experiments, e.g. you study chemical reactions.
  • You handle chemicals and hazardous substances in a responsible manner.
  • You apply your knowledge of chemistry in an interdisciplinary manner, e.g. in the bases of medicines, and the basics of materials science, energy technology, environmental protection or nanotechnology.
  • You understand the ethical, social and economic effects in the field of chemistry.

Focus Areas

  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Biosciences
  • Technological Chemistry
  • Interdisciplinary fields: Molecular Analytics and Spectroscopy, Electrochemistry and Electroanalysis, Macromolecular Chemistry

For the individual courses, please see the semester plan.

Source: Lunghammer - NAWI Graz
  • Duration of study: 6 semesters
  • ECTS credit points: 180
  • Academic degree: Bachelor of Science (BSc)
  • Language of instruction: German
  • Admission procedure: none

Curriculum (in German)

Semester plan

Patrik Buchhaus, Source: Buchhaus
Patrik Buchhaus, bachelor’s degree student in Chemistry

Students cooperate very closely with each other through the practical laboratory work. Learning groups form quickly, which help you to make progress through the degree programme more easily.

Career Options

Graduates lay the foundations for subsequent study programmes in the fields of chemistry and technical chemistry as well as related fields such as materials science, biochemistry and natural product chemistry, chemical engineering, and environmental and food chemistry.

To qualify for professional work as a chemist, you will need to complete one of the many master’s degree programmes after graduating from your bachelor’s programme. This allows you to specialise in a professional field.

Admission Deadlines

WINTER SEMESTER 2017/18:

General admission period: 10 July to 5 September 2017

Additional admission period: 6 September to 30 November 2017

SUMMER SEMESTER 2018:

General admission period: 8 January to 5 February 2018

Additional admission period: 6 February to 30 April 2018


Further informationen on registration and admission


International degree programme applicants: admission and application deadlines

Information and Advice for Prospective Students

Graduates Can Pursue Master’s Degrees in the Following Programmes

EN: The language of instruction is English.
* NAWI Graz degree programme