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Bachelor's in Chemistry

Program Title: 


Qualification Awarded: 

Bachelor's in Chemistry


Agricultural and Natural Sciences

Program Credits: 

240 ECTS

Language of Instruction: 


Duration of the Programme: 

4 years

Objectives of the Programme:

The aim of the educational program is to give graduates both theoretical and practical knowledge on the general principles of chemistry. Graduates will be familiar with the contemporary methods of chemical research and will be able to use them, developing practical skills in chemistry.

If desired, the graduates of the Bachelor Program will be able to continue their studies on the next level of education, after completing the necessary procedures in accordance with the Law on Higher Education. 

Career Options:

Graduates of the Bachelor’s in Chemistry program have wide employment perspectives, namely: chemical industries, state and non-governmental organizations, food safety inspections, chemical laboratories, educational and research institutions, etc. The program prepares specialists for local and international labour markets.

Learning Outcomes: 

After completion of the program graduates will have an understanding of the general principles of chemistry and the basics of chemical sciences. They will have the ability and experience to work safely in the chemical laboratory. Will be able to plan and implement chemical experiments, purification and analysis of received compounds.

After completion of Bachelor Program, graduates will deploy general and specific competencies listed below:

General Competences:

Graduates will be able to: 

  • apply critical thinking, discuss and debate;
  • professionally write and communicate in native language;
  • write and communicate scientific material in foreign languages (English);
  • adapt and act in unfamiliar and changing environments;
  • work in a group;
  • use modern information and communication technologies;
  • plan a research, conduct it, analyze the results and draw conclusions;
  • process scientific literature, analyse it and publicly discuss it;
  • appreciate and respect the differences and cultural diversity.


Specific Competences:

  • ability to safely work with reagents in the chemical laboratory;
  • knowledge of basic chemical principles;
  • ability to adequately use chemical terminology;
  • knowledge of the basics of chemistry (inorganic, organic, physical, analytical, biochemistry and chemistry of polymers);
  • ability to independently find technical literature and to use basic modern information technologies, used in chemistry;
  • ability to independently plan and implement chemical experiment;
  • ability to use preparatory and instrumental analysis methods, select or combine the correct method.
  • knowledge of the basics of biological disciplines - general biology, microbiology, and biotechnology;
  • ability to determine the causal links between the structure of the substance and its properties. 


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