Applied Chemistry Minor Computer

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This program empowers chemistry graduates with the competence to undertake tasks related to a wide array of computer and programming technologies, which are indispensable for any contemporary institution.


  • Equipping students with theoretical and practical proficiency across various chemistry fields.
  • Enabling chemistry graduates to proficiently handle tasks involving various computer and software technologies that are crucial for any contemporary institution.
  • Imparting students with foundational knowledge and practical skills in chemical technology and industrial chemistry.
  • Introducing students to local chemical industries and equipping them with the essential scientific and practical abilities for entering this field.
  • Equipping students with knowledge in diverse environmental science fields.
  • Raising awareness among students about the environmental impacts of the chemical industry, along with providing the skills and methods to assess and reduce these effects.
  • Familiarizing students with chemical applications in medical domains and equipping them with scientific and practical competencies in this field.

Upon completing the requirements for a bachelor's degree in Applied Chemistry with a minor in Computer, graduates are expected to:

  1. Cultivate the theoretical and practical knowledge gained across various chemistry and biology fields through contemporary resources.
  2. Produce chemistry graduates competent in areas like general biology, microbiology, genetics, while also addressing the need for science educators in schools.
  3. Apply theoretical knowledge to critically comprehend and interpret facts, observations, natural phenomena, and chemical inventions, providing inventive solutions to encountered problems.
  4. Utilize acquired skills to understand the foundations of local and international chemical industries, contributing to their enhancement and devising suitable solutions to arising challenges.
  5. Explore innovative investment avenues based on chemical skills, promoting economic growth, tackling unemployment, and exhibiting competitiveness in the job market.
  6. Strategically plan and establish self-owned businesses or participate in lucrative modern ventures while upholding principles of effective management and development.
  7. Utilize chemical knowledge to devise practical solutions for pressing environmental concerns, including financial sustainability-oriented innovations like paper recycling and addressing water pollution and energy crises.
  8. Teach theoretical and laboratory chemistry in schools, establish and manage safe laboratories, and instil principles of public safety in students.
  9. Engage in roles within the production and service sectors, overseeing the production and quality control of both imported and domestically manufactured goods. Offer consultancy services to governmental bodies and private sectors, contributing expertise to research and development endeavors, and generating innovative solutions.
  10. Pursue advanced studies at local, regional, and international universities, specializing in applied chemistry, without the necessity for remedial courses. Successfully complete educational requirements in various pure chemistry subjects with a minimal number of remedial courses, ensuring smooth academic progression.
  11. Uphold the ethical standards of the profession across all work fields. Prioritize public safety, refraining from activities that may offend individuals or harm public health, the environment, and living organisms. Maintain credibility in composing technical reports and recommendations, while adhering to universally accepted scientific research ethics.
  • Supervisory roles in local factories across sectors like pharmaceuticals, plastics, mining, and food industries.
  • Technical assistance roles in industrial consulting firms.
  • Support for businesses engaged in the trade of foreign materials.
  • Employment in government positions related to industry, environment, and energy.
  • Research assistantships in applied and development projects, as well as non-governmental research organizations.
  • Teaching roles, both as chemistry educators in schools and as instructors in industrial schools.