Academic Year: 2017/2018
Bachelor's Degree Programme
Prof. Alvise Perosa (Teaching Committee Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Limited entry, 130 places available
Regarding the available spaces, there are 10 spots reserved for non-EU students, of which 3 spaces are reserved for Chinese students, living in China, studying under the Marco Polo Project.
Admission test: Test of logic/mathematics. Furthermore, certified knowledge of the English language at least at B1 level is required.
To access the course, a previous suitable background is required. Each curriculum needs a specific knowledge , which the student should have before enrolling the university, in order to attend the course successfully. It is possible to verify this knowledge before enrolling.
If the result of the test is negative, the student can enroll, but he/she receives a Supplementary Educational Debt (OFA), which means that the student must fill any gaps in his/ her background through specific activities organized by the University.
More information on OFA for this programme is available on the webpage dedicated to admission test.
This degree programme intends to model the Bachelor’s Degree students with an adequate preparation of the basic scientific materials, both of mathematics and physics, and with a solid preparation In the differing fields of chemistry, from theoretical to experimental. Students will be correctly using the chemical language in all their articulations, and will be able to understand the principals that govern the materials’ properties. They will be able to apply their understanding to traditional processes, acquire technological skills and will know how to manage resources and processes of transformation in a sustainable way and appreciate raw materials.
The prepared professional figure is able to operate in the industry so as to re-enter and profitably face the two fields that are traditionally considered as agnostics: production and sustainable development. The students’ understanding will be able to find profitable use in the companies and laboratories dedicated to production, transformation and commercialization of products and materials, both traditional and advanced, and will be able to contribute to the development of a “green and sustainable” chemical industry. Students will be able to sign up on the Chemistry ‘professional’ notice board (Section B) subject to passing the relative State Exam.
Graduates in Sustainable Chemistry and Technology represent an ideal professional figure to profitably act as an interface with two cultures: sustainable production and development. Their knowledge may be successfully applied in producing, transforming and selling – both traditional and advanced - products and materials, thus contributing to developing a ‘green and sustainable’ chemical industry. Graduates may register on the chemists’ Italian roll (section B), once the relevant professional licensing examination has been passed.
Open. Laboratory attendance is compulsory.
Learning activities comprise taught courses, workshop-based projects and training/internships so that students can acquire a broad range of competencies, both theoretical and practical, that are transferable to the world of work, as well as life-long learning skills.
Learning outcomes are verified by means of written exams, oral exams, assignments, project reports, presentations, and group as well as student-teacher discussions.
The final exam involves the discussion of a paper drawn up by students under the guidance of of their supervisor. The Final Examination Board comprises a supervisor and advisor appointed by the Faculty Board.
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