Bachelor of Science in Applied Chemistry (Honours)
|Bachelor of Science in Applied Chemistry (Honours)
|Bachelor of Science (Applied Chemistry) (Honours) offers several new applied chemistry courses in order to cater industrial demands. Students will learn a basic chemistry courses in the first and second year, and in the concentration year, students can choose either Halal/Haram chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry or OSHA. Halal/haram issue has become an important debate nowadays. There are billions of Muslims worldwide and the production of halal products will be a great demand in the next millennium. Safety issues, particularly in laboratories and chemical industries are important to avoid any occurrence of accidents at workplace. Meanwhile, in medicinal chemistry, students will be exposed to the chemistry of natural products and the development of drug from medicinal plants.
|To produce graduates with the following outcomes
|Bachelor of Science (applied Chemistry) (Honours)
prepares you for work in the multi various industries such as
petrochemical, pharmaceutical, industrial chemical, food and
beverage, palm oil derivatives, cosmetic, and construction,
agroindustry as well as in the business, management and financial
sectors. In addition, based on the report provided by the TalentCorp
2017/2018, Chemist is no 12 in the critical occupational that needed.
Jobs directly related to the degree include:
Patent Chemist/ Cosmetic Chemist/ Food Chemist/ Pharmaceutical Chemist/ Scientist/ Research Officer/ Food Auditor/ Safety and Health Officer/ Oil and Gas Chemist/ Quality Control Executive/ Quality Assurance/ Lecturer/ Teacher.
Jobs where the degree would be useful include:
Production and QC Engineer/Environmental consultant/ Consultant/ Government Officer/ Police/ Army/ Biologist.
Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don't restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here.
|In order to obtain the
degree of Bachelor of Science (Applied Chemistry). from IIUM, a student
must successfully complete 134 Credit Hours (CH) of course work
consisting of the University, Kulliyyah and Department requirements, as
Table 1: Total Credit hour for Malaysia and International Students
Courses & Study Plan: Download Here
Duration of Study
|The course takes four years of full-time study to complete.