Keele’s award-winning teaching and research span the wide diversity of chemistry, helping you to develop subject knowledge and transferable skills in a supportive learning environment.
You’ll develop a solid foundation of theory and practical skills, building to cover advanced concepts and contemporary issues in chemistry in later years. You can tailor your studies to reflect your interests, and learn how to pursue your own research. You’ll have hands-on experience with state-of-the-art scientific instruments and techniques, and enjoy access to dedicated IT facilities. You’ll learn to use chemistry in problem solving, and to present your theories and findings confidently and imaginatively to your audiences. You could even spend a semester or year abroad. If you study our single honours or major route programme, your degree will be accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
We accept a number of EU and International qualifications for entry to our degree programmes.
Please note that there will normally be English Language requirements for entry to our courses.
Contact us for specific entry requirements for your chosen course and country.
Chemical Concepts and Structure
Practical and Professional Chemistry Skills
Chemical Properties and Reactions
Mathematical Tools and Concepts in Chemistry
Organic Synthesis and Chirality
Physical and Inorganic Chemistry
Spectroscopy and Advanced Analysis
Spectroscopy and Analytical Chemistry
Structural Inorganic Chemistry
Radicals, Phases and Supramolecular Chemistry
Optional core modules:
Medicinal and Biological Chemistry
Advanced Organic Chemistry
Chemical Kinetics, Photochemistry and Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms
Inorganic, Physical and Solid State Chemistry
Advanced Chemical Analysis
Optional core modules:
Materials Chemistry and Catalysis
Topics in Chemistry
Topics in Medicinal Chemistry
The many opportunities offered by this course will equip you to confidently and skilfully pursue your chosen career. You might work in industry, research or education; you could choose to become a chemical engineer, research scientist, toxicologist, patent lawyer, analytical chemist or technical writer. Many students go on to higher study after a first degree in chemistry, allowing them to specialise in an area of interest such as analytical, forensic, synthetic or materials chemistry and eventually work in a wide range of other specialist roles.
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