AWARD

  • Bachelor of Science (Applied Chemistry)

LENGTH IN YEARS

  • 4 year

SEMESTER OF COMMENCEMENT

  • August (1st Semester)

COURSE FEES IN BAHT

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

  • IELTS 5.0 or equivalent or passed the Rangsit University English Language Proficiency Test

COURSE DESCRIPTION/PURPOSE

  • The development of science and technology are extremely essential in our everyday life and support the development of the country. The Bachelor of Science (Applied Chemistry) covers a variety of chemical fields including inorganic, organic, physical, analytical, polymers, biochemistry etc., and their applications. The curriculum aims to produce highly skilled graduates who have the knowledge and skills that will apply their knowledge in almost unlimited ways. In addition, it was designed to provide sufficient background to graduates to carry on to further research work and higher studies.

EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES

  • Graduates of the program will fulfill the increasing demand for chemist to support the development of the country and the region. • Quality control chemists • Research and development (R&D) chemists • Research chemists or scientist in a chemistry lab of public/private organizations • Continue on with your education by getting a master's or doctorate degree

COURSE STRUCTURE

Credit requirements - 135 credits

  • A. GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (30 CREDITS)
  • I. Humanities and Social Sciences (3 credits)
  • II. Sciences and Mathematics (9 credits)
  • III. Languages (15 credits)
  • IV. Interdisciplinary and Physical Education (3 credits)
  • B. AREA COURSES (99 CREDITS)
  • I. BASIC PROFESSIONAL COURSES (14 CREDITS)
BIO 135Biology3(2-3-6)
CHM 100Mathematics for Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 130Fundamental Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 132General Chemistry Laboratory1(0-3-2)
PHY 131Introductory Physics4(3-3-8)
  • II. PROFESSIONAL COMPULSORY COURSES (Required 70 CREDITS)
CHM 138Organic Chemistry I3(3-0-6)
CHM 139Organic Chemistry Laboratory I1(0-3-2)
CHM 211Biological Chemistry I4(3-3-8)
CHM 221Fundamental of Analytical Chemistry4(3-3-8)
CHM 238 Organic Chemistry II3(3-0-6)
CHM 239Organic Chemistry Laboratory II1(0-3-2)
CHM 241Inorganic Chemistry I3(3-0-6)
CHM 242Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory1(0-3-2)
CHM 243Inorganic Chemistry II3(3-0-6)
CHM 251Physical Chemistry I3(3-0-6)
CHM 252Physical Chemistry Laboratory I1(0-3-2)
CHM 272Study in Industry1(0-3-2)
CHM 311Biological Chemistry II3(3-0-6)
CHM 321Instrumental Analysis4(3-3-8)
CHM 322Applied Spectroscopy3(3-0-6)
CHM 331Polymer Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 336Cosmetic Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 351Physical Chemistry II3(3-0-6)
CHM 352Physical Chemistry Laboratory II1(0-3-2)
CHM 353Colloid and Interface Science3(3-0-6)
CHM 361 Standard Environmental Management: A System Approach3(3-0-6)
CHM 370 Research in Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 372Seminar in Applied Chemistry1(0-3-2)
CHM 373Practical Training1(0-35-18)
CHM 374Project I1(0-3-2)
CHM 433Industrial Process Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 461Pollution Control and Waste Treatment3(3-0-6)
CHM 471Special Topics1(1-0-2)
CHM 472Project II3(0-9-5)
  • III. PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE COURES (15 CREDITS) Students can select from list
CHM 201Ecological Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 202Innovation in Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 323Food Chemical Analysis3(1-6-5)
CHM 324Applied Chemistry for Medicine3(3-0-6)
CHM 332Petrochemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 333Synthetic Organic Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 334Natural Product Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 335Mechanistic Organic Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 337Perfumes Chemistry and Food for Health3(3-0-6)
CHM 341Materials and Corrosion Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 343Toxicology and Toxicants3(3-0-6)
CHM 362Applied Computational Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 431Rubber Technology3(3-0-6)
CHM 441Forensic Science3(3-0-6)
CHM 442Industrial Ceramic3(3-0-6)
CHM 443Gemology3(3-0-6)
CHM 444 Coordination Polymer3(3-0-6)
CHM 451Color Chemistry3(3-0-6)
CHM 462Textile Technology3(3-0-6)
CHM 463Industrial Management3(3-0-6)
CHM 464Problem Solving in Chemical Industry3(3-0-6)
CHM 465 Nuclear Chemistry and Radio Nuclide3(3-0-6)
CHM 466 Nanotechnology3(3-0-6)
  • C. FRE ELECTIVE COURSES (6 CREDITS)