Applied Chemistry

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In Applied Chemistry, students learn how to produce substances from their atomic and molecular levels, with the goal of making scientific contributions to the development and welfare of society. This program provides an advanced education in chemical technologies which can be applied to various fields, including IT, environmental sciences, nanotechnology and biotechnology, and cover a range of substances from organic and inorganic materials to biomolecules.

Common Subjects

Examples of subjects to be offered:
  • Engineering Ethics
  • Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
  • Introduction to Metallic Materials
  • Advanced Engineering I~IV
  • Introduction to Engineering Analysis and Measurement

Specific Subjects

Examples of subjects to be offered:
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Polymer Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering

*Class to be offered may vary, depending on availability.

Dr. Andrew Robertson
In applied chemistry, we design systems on the molecular scale. These molecular systems will drive the technological advances of the 21st century, whether they are the tiny machines of nanotechnology, new materials for future technologies or green catalysts that will allow humans to live in harmony with nature. As a student of the Applied Chemistry Program, you will learn the knowledge and skills necessary to join this exciting effort. You will begin by learning the basic of organic, inorganic, physical and analytical chemistry. In your second semester, you will be able to design your own molecules. Over the course of your studies, you will advance your knowledge until you can join a research project in one of our world-class laboratories. Your research could produce the future technology of the 21st century.

Career Options *

10% of our graduates obtain employment in the chemical industry, while 90% go on to graduate school (Materials Process Engineering, Materials Physics and Chemistry, Chemical System and Engineering majors.)
*The figures given above are taken from the latest data on the equivalent programs in Japanese.
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