Chemistry B.S. and Industrial Chemistry B.S. and Ph.D.
Organic Chemistry, Green Chemistry stand-alone course, Student Research
Institutional approach to achieving the Green Chemistry Commitment Student Learning Objectives:
Integrated: Integrating green chemistry throughout the lectures and labs instead of having an independent green chemistry or toxicology course.
Independent Course: Create a green chemistry and/or toxicology independent course. This can be an elective course or a mandatory course within the major.
Research: Incorporate green chemistry into student research. Students can better understand the difference and benefits in greener vs. traditional methods.
The Department aims at achieving the following:
1. To graduate students that are grounded in the knowledge and physical principles of chemical compounds, sustainable chemistry and processes.
2. To give students a thorough training in the theory, instrumentation and practice of green analytical techniques.
3. To train students to fully understand the science of Chemistry and its application to industry and other everyday life.
4. To train students who will apply the knowledge gained in recent and modern developments in all areas of applied chemistry inclusive of environmental issues.
5. To develop students who will meet the national and international manpower needs in all areas of chemical industries.
6. To inculcate an environmentally benign culture of science in the students with a view to motivating them for self-reliance and technological development.