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KINDAI UNIVERSITY

Department of Applied Chemistry

Introduction

Fostering Chemical Engineers Able to Address Wide-Ranging Issues

To safeguard the future of humanity, it will be vital to find solutions to pressing issues such as those related to energy and climate change. Students in this department study chemical phenomena and develop new substances that help to provide solutions to critical problems facing humankind. Applied chemistry encompasses a wide array of subjects ranging from physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, and polymer chemistry to medical science, pharmaceutical science, agriculture, and food chemistry. In other words, the scope of applied chemistry spans from the micro-level to the global level. This department places an emphasis on cultivating students' overall competence as well as on the practical study of science.

Project-Based Learning Inspires an Interest in Chemical Phenomena

Whether it's basic chemical experiments conducted by first-year students or advanced graduate research conducted by fourth-year students, this department is designed to help students deepen their understanding of chemistry through hands-on experiments. This curriculum philosophy is perhaps best embodied in our project-based learning classes, where small groups of students plan their own experiments and conduct them under their own initiative in well-equipped laboratories.

Curriculum

Pursuing the Next Level of Chemical Synthesis for Industrial Development

Subjects taught in this curriculum are interrelated, such that students acquire a comprehensive base of academic skills while learning applied subjects at the same time. Students study and conduct research on subjects at the forefront of synthesis and material technologies—for example, nanotechnology and biotechnology—so that they can contribute to future technological innovations.

Curriculum

Specialized subjects 1st year 2nd year 3rd year 4th year
Required subjects Experiments in Applied Chemistry [3]
Organic Chemistry [2]
Inorganic Chemistry [2]
Chemistry Engineering Ethics [2]
Experiments in Applied Chemistry II [3]
Basic Mathematics for Chemists [2]
Introduction to Chemical Bonding [2]
Organic Chemistry II [2]
Analytical Chemistry [2]
Experiments in Physics [2]
Experiments in Applied Chemistry III [3]
Introduction to Computer Exercises for Chemistry [1]
Fundamentals of Physical Chemistry I [2]
Introduction to Quantum Chemistry [2]
Inorganic Chemistry II [2]
Mechanism in Organic Reactions [2]
Structural Analysis in Organic Chemistry [2]
Experiments in Applied Chemistry IV [3]
Chemical Engineering [2]
Fundamentals of Physical Chemistry II [2]
Coordination Chemistry [2]
Experiments in Applied Chemistry V [3]
Project Design for Experiments in Applied Chemistry I [1]
Seminar for Applied Chemistry [2]
Introduction to Chemical Equilibrium [2]
Safety Engineering [2]
Experiments in Applied Chemistry VI [3]
Project Design for Experiments in Applied Chemistry II [1]
Chemical Engineering II [2]
Chemical Thermodynamics [2]
Individual Study for Bachelor Thesis [8]
Elective required subjects     Energy Engineering [2]
Environmental Technology [2]
 
Elective subjects   Spectroscopy [2]
Organic Structural Chemistry [2]
Exercises in Teaching [1]
Surface and Interface Chemistry [2]
Polymer Chemistry [2]
Spectroscopy II [2]
Introduction to Chemical Kinetics [2]
Inorganic Synthetic Chemistry [2]
Seminar for Bachelor Thesis [1]
Synthetic Organic Chemistry [2]
Organometallic Chemistry [2]
Mechanism in Enzymatic Reactions [2]
Biotechnology [2]
Advanced Physical Chemistry [2]
Advanced Organic Chemistry [2]
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry [2]
 
Free elective subjects Introduction to Biology [2]
Introduction to Biology II [2]
Experiments in Biology [1]
Introduction to Earth Science [2]
Introduction to Earth Science II [2]
Experiments in Earth Science [1]
  • This curriculum is for the year 2014 and is subject to change for 2015.
  • Figures in [ ] indicate the number of credits.

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