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Learning Opportunity: Undergraduate Studies Programme of the Department of Chemistry.Faculty of Sciences.Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Undergraduate Studies Programme of the Department of Chemistry.Faculty of Sciences.Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Course Information

Graduates of the school of Chemistry following the completion of their studies are expected to have developed general and specific competences. In the first are included: (a) The capacity to apply their knowledge in solving particular problems relating to both qualitative and quantitative information, (b) calculation skills, including such aspects as error analysis, order-of-magnitude estimations, and correct use of units, (c) information-management competences, in relation to primary and secondary information sources, including information retrieval through on-line computer searches, (d) the ability to analyse and synthesise concepts, (e) the capacity to adapt to new situations and to make decisions, (f) information-technology skills such as word-processing and spreadsheet use, data-logging and storage, subject-related use of the Internet, (g) skills in planning and time management, (h) interpersonal skills, relating to the ability to interact with other people and to engage in team-working, (i) communication competences, covering both written and oral communication, in one of the major European languages, as well as in the language in which the degree course is taught, (j) study competences needed for continuing professional development, which will include in particular the ability to work autonomously, and (k) ethical commitment. In the specific competences are included: (a) The ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of essential facts, concepts, principles and theories relating to the subject areas identified above, (b) the ability to apply such knowledge and understanding to the solution of qualitative and quantitative problems of a familiar nature, (c) competences in the evaluation, interpretation and synthesis of chemical information and data, (d) the ability to recognise and implement good measurement science and practice, (e) competences in presenting scientific material and arguments to an informed audience, (f) computational and data-processing skills, relating to chemical information and data, (g) skills in the safe handling of chemical materials, taking into account their physical and chemical properties, including any specific hazards associated with their use, (h) skills required for the conduct of standard laboratory procedures involved and use of instrumentation in synthetic and analytical work, in relation to both organic and inorganic systems, (i) skills in the monitoring, by observation and measurement, of chemical properties, events or changes, and the systematic and reliable recording and documentation thereof, (j) the ability to interpret data derived from laboratory observations and measurements in terms of their significance and relate them to appropriate theory, and (k) the ability to conduct risk assessments concerning the use of chemical substances and laboratory procedures.

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Duration Information: 

4Y

NQF Level: 
6
Access requirements: 

The qualification can be accessed by people having graduated from secondary education (level 4)

Admission Procedure: 

After entrance or placement exams

Grants: 

Please contact the department secretariat

Costs: 

Free of charge

Provider Information

Provider Name: 
Department of Chemistry. Faculty of Sciences. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
Provider Type: 
PU
Provider Contact Info: 

Proistamenos Grammateias thl: 2310997680, fax: 2310997642, e-mail: info@chem.auth.gr Ypeu8unh programmatwn antallagwn: Barella Euaggelia

Qualifications Awarded

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Qualification Awarded:
Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry. Department of Chemistry. Faculty of Sciences. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

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Course address:

Proistamenos Grammateias thl: 2310997680, fax: 2310997642, e-mail: info@chem.auth.gr Ypeu8unh programmatwn antallagwn: Barella Euaggelia

Course location information:

Greece - Kentriki Makedonia