Bachelor of Science (Industrial Chemistry) University of Technology, Malaysia - UTM
81310 Skudai, Johor, Malaysia Johor MalaysiaDegree
RM 3190 / Year
To graduate, students should: • Attain not less than 128 credit hours with minimum CPA of 2.0. • Pass industrial training. • Complete and pass the undergraduate project. • UTM Professional Skills Certificate Courses (Pro Course)
Mode of Study
How you are assessed?
Fulfill University requirements and the following program requirements
- Pass Matriculation/STPM/Foundation Science UM with a minimum of grade B- in Chemistry and a minimum of C in Mathematics and Physics or Biology, or
- Diploma in Science or Engineering with minimum CPA 2.70 from recognized institutions
The objectives of the B.Sc. (Industrial Chemistry) program are to provide the knowledge, skills and attributes that should be achieved by the graduates for a successful career. The program is designed to:
- educate graduates who continually use and seek out new knowledge and skills in the planning, analysis, design and supervision of works related to the chemistry discipline.
- train graduates who are able to find out immediate solutions related to current industrial chemistry issues for the development and betterment of the nation and the world.
- educate graduates who are able to analyze and identify business opportunities and embark on entrepreneurship.
- prepare graduates who are able to contribute in a team or a group involved in chemical industrial projects.
- train graduates to be a leader in an organization with good leadership, ethics and professional qualities for the development of the nation and mankind.
- prepare graduates who are able to work collectively in societies of diverse backgrounds to achieve common goals.
- prepare graduates who are able to communicate effectively across a range of contacts and audiences.
Graduates of the program can work as:
- chemists or scientists in government research institutions such as MARDI, Malaysia Palm Oil Board (MPOB), RRI, PRSS, AMREC, SIRIM, Jabatan Kimia Malaysia and Malaysian Nuclear Agency (Nuclear Malaysia).
- chemists or process engineers in private sectors such as in petrochemicals, rubber, palm oil, pharmaceuticals, textiles and dyes, cosmeceuticals, electronics, water treatment and food processing companies.
- academics or researchers in higher learning institutions, following pursuance of their degree qualifications to Masters or PhD levels.
- quality control or quality assurance and marketing officers in agencies or industries in which sound knowledge of chemistry skills are required.
PriceOther charges may be applied
|RM 12760||RM 60380|