A bachelor's degree in chemistry is the first step of a professional education that qualifies students for a variety of jobs in teaching and research, in the chemical or pharmaceutical industry or in business and administration.
The Bachelor’s program in Chemistry is structured by introductory (first year) and advanced level courses (second and third year) and imparts theoretical and practical knowledge in the chemical disciplines as well as the relevant basics in the related natural sciences.
According to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) students have to earn 180 credit points, half of them are awarded for practical courses emphasizing the great importance attached to the practical education in chemistry.
Please note: The Bachelor’s degree program is taught in German. You are advised to find out more about the language requirements and the general admission requirements for prospective students with foreign educational qualifications.
You can find more detailed information on the <link de studium bachelor internal link in current>German website.
Information about studying Chemistry as extra-faculty subject can be found in the guidelines (in German only).