Learning outcomes of graduates of the Chemistry Undergraduate Program are:
- Possessing a strong foundation of chemical knowledge (Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry and Biochemistry) and any necessary additional knowledge (Physics and Mathematics). This foundation is developed based on scientific studies in the field of chemistry in terms of identification, analysis, synthesis, isolation, and molecule transformation.
- Possessing basic knowledge of specialized chemistry (for example, computational chemistry, materials chemistry, macromolecules, and polymers).
- Possessing laboratory skills in Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry and Biochemistry and being able to work individually or in a group to solve problems through the application of knowledge of structures, properties, kinetics, and energetics of molecules and chemical systems. The application of this knowledge is conducted through analytical and synthetic methods in specialized chemistry, as well as through the application of relevant technologies.
- Possessing the ability to collect and interpret relevant scientific data and then analyze and assess it to make appropriate decisions.
- Possessing the ability to communicate information, ideas, problems, and solutions to the public.
- Possessing a standard competency of graduates that is in accordance with standards of with work qualifications, mastery of analytical tools and supporting software, synthesis, and modeling of molecules in general or specialized chemistry.
- Possessing high level knowledge and competency standards that can be developed for further studies.