Curriculum

College of Bioscience and Chemistry

Department of Applied Chemistry
Educational Objectives

We need to use the knowledge of fundamental chemistry, organic and inorganic functional chemistry and environmental chemistry to solve various global and social problems related to energy and the environment, and to realize a sustainable society. Through our basic subjects, experiments and practices, applied subjects and project subjects, we aim to produce chemical engineers who can play an active role internationally in industries that enable the sustainable development of the globe and society.

Educational Objectives of Subjects

Department of Applied Chemistry

Introduction to Applied Chemistry
Students learn about the functions of applied chemistry in society, and acquire the ability to plan and implement research and technological development.

Applied Chemistry Literacy
Students learn about the fundamental rules and formats pertaining to scientific and engineering documents, such as how to separate facts and inferences, in order to read and write professional reports and essays.

Subjects

[1st year: 1st term (first semester)]
Introduction to Bioscience and Chemistry (Applied Chemistry)
[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Academic Writing

Computer Literacy for Applied Chemistry
Students learn to use computers in the creation of processes and materials as well as for chemical analysis in the field of applied chemistry.

Subjects

[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Computer Practice for Chemistry

Laboratory Safety
Students learn about safety related to applied chemistry, and the importance of safety in social activities. They also acquire the skills for safe production and technological development in applied chemistry.

Subjects

[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Fundamentals of Laboratory Safety

Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Electrochemistry and Energy Chemistry
Students learn about the structural elements of materials, such as atoms and molecules, properties and structure of materials, chemical reactions, and the relationship between chemical engineering and energy, in order to acquire the skills required for fields related to applied chemistry, such as inorganic chemistry, material chemistry and energy application chemistry.

Subjects

[1st year: 1st term (first semester)]
Chemical Thermodynamics
Chemistry of Atoms and Molecules
[1st year: 2nd term (second semester)]
Inorganic Chemistry
[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Chemistry of Phase and Reaction
[2nd year: 4th term (second semester)]
Chemical Engineering
Electrochemistry for Energy Conversion and Storage
[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Solid State Chemistry for Energy Conversion and Storage

Organic Chemistry and Polymer Chemistry
Students learn to create new materials and develop and maintain material creation processes in the fields of organic synthesis and application of organic materials and polymers.

Subjects

[1st year: 2nd term (second semester)]
Organic Chemistry
[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Chemistry of Organic Synthesis
[2nd year: 4th term (second semester)]
Polymer Chemistry

Analytical Chemistry
Students learn to analyze processes and materials, create new processes and chemical materials, and maintain environments in the field of applied chemistry.

Subjects

[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Analytical Chemistry
[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Instrumental Analytical Chemistry

Environmental Chemistry
Students acquire the ability to maintain and create the global environment, based on their knowledge of inorganic chemistry and organic chemistry.

Subjects

[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Environmental Chemistry

Basic and Applied Biochemistry
Students learn the basics of substance metabolism (catabolism and anabolism) and energy metabolism, which support life phenomena, information flow for creating protein from genes (DNA) and its adjustment mechanism, and genetic modification in order to work in the fields of biochemistry and biological application.

Subjects

[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Fundamentals of Biochemistry
[2nd year: 4th term (second semester)]
Applied Biochemistry
[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Applied Biotechnology

Professional Environmental Chemistry
Students learn to implement environmental and chemical analyses that contribute to environmental preservation and the sustainable development of society, and develop material-creation technology from a global perspective, based on expertise in the field of applied chemistry.

Professional Functional Chemistry
From an engineering perspective, and based on expertise in the field of applied chemistry, students learn to create functional chemical materials and study production processes that contribute to the sustainable development of society. They use the processes to create products that are beneficial to society.

Subjects

[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Advanced Environmental Chemistry
Advanced Functional Chemistry
[3rd year: 6th term (second semester)]
Environmental Science of Earth
Environmental Aquatic Chemistry
Environmental Analysis
Functional Chemistry of Inorganic and Energetic Materials
Functional Chemistry of Bio and Organic Materials and Processes

Interdisciplinary Studies of Applied Chemistry
Students learn to apply their basic knowledge and skills in applied chemistry to practical activities in applied chemistry, environmental preservation, material creation, and related problem-solving.

Subjects

[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Applied Chemistry Practices
[4th year: 7th term (first semester)]
Interdisciplinary Studies of Applied Chemistry

Experiments and Practice
Students acquire experimental skills in analytical chemistry, polymer chemistry, organic chemistry, chemical engineering, biochemistry and environmental chemistry, and apply them to the creation and analysis of chemical substances. Also, they learn to differentiate experimental facts from reasoning and discussion, and draw up reports on experimental results.

Subjects

[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Basic Experiments and Practice in Bioscience and Chemistry A(Applied Chemistry)
[2nd year: 4th term (second semester)]
Basic Experiments and Practice in Bioscience and Chemistry B(Applied Chemistry)
[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Applied Chemistry Major Lab / Exercises A
[3rd year: 6th term (second semester)]
Applied Chemistry Major Lab / Exercises B

Project Design
Students learn to integrate project design methods and the skills and communication techniques required in applied chemistry to engage in practical activities such as identifying problems, selecting appropriate solutions, and preventing recurrence of the problems.

Subjects

[1st year: 1st term (first semester)]
Design Project / Introduction
[1st year: 2nd term (second semester)]
Design Project I
[2nd year: 3rd term (first semester)]
Design Project II
[2nd year: 4th term (second semester)]
Design Project / Implementing and Operating
[3rd year: 6th term (second semester)]
Preparatory Seminar for Design Project III
[4th year: 7th term (first semester) / 8th term (second semester)]
Design Project III

Self-development and Career Design
Based on their applied chemistry skills, project design and problem-solving skills, students set objectives for their studies and career. They prepare themselves to accomplish their objectives independently and proactively.

Subjects

[3rd year: 5th term (first semester)]
Career Planning Seminar I
[3rd year: 6th term (second semester)]
Career Planning Seminar II