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Master of Science in Chemistry

2 Years Master Degree Programme

Faculty

Faculty of Science

Programme Type

Master Degree Programme

Duration

2 Years

Eligibility

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Overview of the Programme

M.Sc. in Chemistry is a 2-year post graduate programme, which deals with basic and advanced study of the Chemical Sciences and develops understanding and knowledge for applying it onto the various sectors of Chemical Sciences. The programme is divided across 4 semesters, of six months each, and the basic eligibility for applying to the programme is graduate qualification in the B.Sc. with major in Chemistry, completed from a recognized educational board.

Course Structure

Semester 1

Course NameCourse CodeCredit
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-IMCH1014
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-IMCH1024
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-IMCH1034
QUANTUM CHEMISTRY-IMCH1044
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICALMCH1118

Semester 2

Course NameCourse CodeCredit
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY - IIMCH2014
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-IIMCH2024
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-IIMCH2034
SPECTROSCOPY-IMCH2044
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY PRACTICALMCH2118

Semester 3

Course NameCourse CodeCredit
INDUSTRY ORIENTED VIVA VOCEHR321-
BIO-INORGANIC CHEMISTRYMCH3014
BIO-ORGANIC CHEMISTRYMCH3024
PRINCIPLES & APPLICATION OF SPECTROSCOPY-IIMCH3034
FUNDAMENTALS OF ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUESMCH3044
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY PRACTICALMCH3118

Semester 4

Course NameCourse CodeCredit
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGYMCH4012
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGYMCH4012
ELECTIVE I: INORGANIC CHEMISTRYMCH402IC4
INORGANIC CHEMISTRYMCH402IC4
ELECTIVE II: TRANSITION METAL ORGANOMETALLICS AND METAL CLUSTERSMCH403A4
TRANSITION METAL ORGANOMETALLICS AND METAL CLUSTERSMCH403A4
PROJECTMCH42111
PROJECTMCH42111

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