BAScienze Chimiche / Chemical Sciences
|Study location||Italy, Siena, Complesso didattico San Miniato, Via Aldo Moro, 2 - 53100 - email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
Chemistry (JACS F100)
|Nominal duration||3 years (180 ECTS)|
|Awards||BA (L-27 Bachelor's degree in Chemical sciences and technologies)|
The tuition fee is calculated according to the country of origin and ranges from a minimum of € 756 to a maximum of € 2,626 (per year). You can calculate the amount to be paid per year at this link.
|Application fee||€30 per programme
You will receive an e-mail with the payment instructions.
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Italian.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
Procedures at the Italian Diplomatic Representatives
EU citizens – Non EU citizens with regular permit to stay – Italians with degrees obtained abroad
Applications are accepted from the following territories (based on citizenship): World.
Knowledge of the Italian language
The degree course in chemical sciences forms professional figures of excellence that show full capacity for autonomy and flexibility in the world of work.
The graduate has a solid basic education in the various fields of chemistry: inorganic, organic, physical, analytical and biological. This training allows both a brilliant continuation of studies in II level degrees and the inclusion in work activities that require knowledge of innovative methodologies and mastery of the use of complex instruments
The graduate has a professionalism that allows him to work in both industry and public or private laboratories, dealing with activities related to the environmental, biological, pharmaceutical and quality control sectors.
The three-year degree course in Chemical Sciences is taught in Italian.
Class MIUR: L-27 Class of the degrees in Chemical Sciences
Duration: 3 years
CHEMICALS AND ASSIMILATED PROFESSIONS
Function in a work context
In a work context, graduates in Chemical Sciences in particular will know:
- apply theoretical knowledge through the use of software and / or specific mathematical methods;
- use online bibliographic search tools and access to databases;
- ability to perform the isolation and purification of simple compounds and determine their structure through analytical and instrumental investigations (spectroscopic, spectrometric and diffractometric);
- ability to design and perform chemical reactions in the required safety conditions.
The graduate must possess the ability to assess the quality and accuracy of laboratory results and be able to frame the results obtained in a model.
It must also possess the tools to evaluate safety, costs, yields and, possibly, the environmental impact of the execution of standard chemical reactions.
Graduates in Chemical Sciences must know how to communicate ideas, problems, and solutions to specialist and non-specialist interlocutors, both in Italian and in one of the main European languages, preferably in English; must be able to use the internet also to recover information easily; must know the most common calculation programs and writing processors and / or images, useful for processing and presenting results; must be able to conduct collaborative activities.
Skills associated with the function
Graduates in Chemical Sciences will have acquired the principles necessary for understanding basic chemistry. In particular, the basics of inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry and elements of biological chemistry and analytical chemistry. These notions will have to be sufficient for understanding and framing a chemical problem. Furthermore he will have to be able to read, even in English, the reading of texts and articles in the sector.
In addition to being prepared for further studies, graduates in Chemical Sciences will have access to professional and technical activities in research institutes, industrial laboratories, and in all chemical, physical, environmental, and biological fields where the presence of a chemist is requested.