The Chemistry Department provides opportunities for an undergraduate student to obtain a thorough fundamental knowledge of all fields of chemistry. The learning components include the general areas of inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry, plus many more specialized courses including analytical, nuclear, and biophysical chemistry and chemical biology. Laboratory experience is provided in inorganic and organic synthesis, analytical methods, physical chemical measurements, spectroscopy, biochemical engineering, and chemical methods in nuclear technology. Independent and original work is stressed in the laboratories and modern equipment is available to carry out the work. The equipment and techniques available to the undergraduate students include nuclear magnetic resonance, electron para magnetic resonance, visible, ultraviolet, and infra-red spectrometers, X-ray diffraction, mass spectrometer, high-vacuum, high-pressure, and low-temperature equipment, gas chromatography, and others. Many of these instruments are interfaced directly to computers. In other cases, data analysis and graphics display are accomplished by using the Computer Facility. In addition, special arrangements are made to apply many specialized research techniques available on the campus.
* B.Sc. (Chemistry) 3 years
A pass in +2 with Science Group (OR) Equivalent
* M.Sc (Chemistry) 2 years
A Degree (Chemistry)(OR) Equivalent