About this course
Chemistry is often described as the Central Science, highlighting its importance to numerous scientific disciplines, such as Biology, Biomedical and Chemical Engineering, Forensics, Geosciences, Materials Science and Toxicology. Therefore, we aim to provide students a modern and well-rounded education in chemistry, which emphasizes its relevance to many other areas of knowledge. Our undergraduate education provides the best classroom and laboratory instruction in chemistry, and equips the student with a solid background for future studies in professional or graduate schools. The graduate program trains new generations of chemists to take on challenging research, teaching and administrative roles in the society.
- The candidate must hold a B.S./B.A. degree from an accredited institution. Consideration is given to applicants who have successfully completed general chemistry (two semesters), organic chemistry (two semesters), physical chemistry (two semesters), and the related laboratories. A course in advanced inorganic chemistry is strongly recommended, and remedial work in this area may be required of students who have not taken such a course. The mathematics and physics courses that are normally included in a B.S. program in chemistry are also required.
- TOEFL: 80 (internet based); 550 (paper based)
- IELTS: 6.5
- Other relevant / equivalent qualifications