Chemistry is the science which deals with molecular and atomic systems especially with the composition, properties, structure, and reactions of a substance (chemical reactions). Chemistry is closely related to physics and it is a branch of physical sciences. The main task of chemistry is to understand the origin of the substance. The composition of the substance is analyzed at atomic level. Atomic-molecular theory is the base of chemistry sciences. Chemistry differs from physics through the fact that during physical phenomena the substance does not turn into another (material vary on physical properties only) while during chemical reactions the substances transform into another. There are many branches of chemistry such as agro-chemistry, kinetics, cluster chemistry, combinatorial chemistry, solid state chemistry, nanochemistry, photochemistry and theoretical chemistry. Graduates can work in various positions, as chemical technologists, researchers, chemistry analysts, pharmacists, environmentalists, food technologists, oil and petroleum engineers and others.
Study of the human movement from biological and biobehavioral analyses, such as Exercise Biochemistry, Physiology of the Exercise, Biomechanics, Motor Control, Learning and Development, Exercise and Sport Psychology and the intervention supported mainly by those subjects such as Nutrition Applied to Physical Performance and Physical and Sports Training.
Columbia's program in chemical engineering is one of the oldest in the country. It has continuously evolved since its inception to remain relevant and vital to the nation's workforce.
This new degree course consists of a rounded and integrated curriculum specialising in coolclimate wine production, climate change effects on viticulture, terroir and sparkling wine. It also includes opportunities to visit other wine-producing areas in Europe. The Wine Department staff have considerable international expertise and research experience, and a brand new Wine Research Centre was completed in March 2014. This combination will enable students to access an outstanding Masters-level education.
The UCLA Chemical Engineering Department was established in 1983 and received ABET/AICHE accreditation shortly thereafter.
The Department of Chemical Engineering offers programs of graduate study leading to the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.), and Master of Engineering (M.Eng.). All three programs are based on the principles of chemical engineering, chemistry, mathematics, physics, and related science and engineering disciplines.
Excellence in Analytical Chemistry (EACH) is an international two-year joint Master’s degree programme that gives students a unique opportunity to study at two outstanding European universities. The programme provides strong knowledge and skills in both fundamental and applied aspects of modern analytical chemistry.
Designed in close collaboration with industry, this programme takes a theoretical and a practical approach to ensure it meets the requirements of potential employers.
Chemical engineering encompasses the translation of molecular information into discovery of new products and processes. It involves molecular transformations—chemical, physical, and biological—with multi-scale description from the submolecular to the macroscopic, and the analysis and synthesis of such systems. The chemical engineer is well prepared for a rewarding career in a strikingly diverse array of industries and professional arenas.
If you have already devoted the time and effort required to obtain a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in chemical/biological engineering or other related field and would like to further your academic training, you may want to consider graduate studies at The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CHBE).
The discipline was among the first to be approved to launch doctoral program by the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council in 1982; in 1992, the discipline of Chemical Engineering with Applied Chemistry as the main subject was approved by the Ministry of Personnel to launch a post-doctoral research project of first-class discipline of Chemical Engineering and Technology.
Study program of integrated academic studies Pharmacy-medical biochemistry to acquire academic title of Master of Pharmacy-medical biochemist, lasts 5 years and performs in 10 semesters with a total of 3990 hours of instruction. Classes are held in the form of lectures, practical exercises, seminars, field trips, themed workshops, undergraduate practice and students’ research work in function of producing their graduate thesis.
This MSc is aimed at those with a strong interest in modern instrumentation and in novel methods of chemical and forensic analysis. Advances in analytical science have produced a revolution in forensic, environmental and pharmaceutical science. There is a strong worldwide demand for imaginative, skilled analysts with knowledge and hands-on experience of modern analytical instrumentation.