Chemical Sciences and Technologies
The Bachelor‘s Degree of Chemical Sciences and Technologies belongs to the Class of Degrees in Chemical Sciences and Technologies (class L-27), has a duration of three years and involves the acquisition of 180 university credits (CFU) for the achievement of the degree . There are 20 exams that provide for the acquisition of 168 CFU. The remaining credits will be acquired through other training activities such as the seminar activities, the training activity and the final exam. Indicatively, the examinations are 7 in the first year, 6 in the second year, 7 in the third year.
The Bachelor’s Degree of Chemical Sciences and Technologies offers advanced training in Chemistry thanks to both class lessons and laboratory experiences covering the subjects of general chemistry, inorganic, organic, macromolecular and analytical chemistry as well as a sound preparation in physical chemistry. The BSc also offers optional courses on industrial chemistry, marketing, environmental control and safety.
The program includes courses in mathematics and physics as the cornerstone of hard science education. Detailed training in chemistry includes courses on general, organic, macromolecular, inorganic, physical and analytical chemistry.
After completion of the first common teaching subjects, students can choose between two different paths: a methodological path, intended for students willing to pursue an education in chemistry at the Master level, and a professionalizing one intended for students willing to terminate their education at the BSc level.
A strong emphasis on laboratory classes is an essential feature of the program. The normal duration of the course is three years.