Being the most established applied chemistry programme in Hong Kong, our BSc(Hons) in Chemical Technology programme offers a broad and rigorous education in contemporary chemistry and training in laboratory practices. The programme emphasises the application of chemistry in technological innovation. Through the programme, students develop competence in problem solving and communication. These abilities are essential for graduates to pursue professional careers in business and technical services in chemical and related industries.
The programme is accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), a world-leading professional body in Chemistry. Graduates are qualified for membership of RSC. The curriculum consists more than 71% chemistry related subjects, other subjects are equipping students with generic skills. This is one of the most popular applied science programmes in Hong Kong, and it is specifically designed to enhance graduates' career prospects in the government, business and industrial sectors.
Focusing on the technological application of chemistry, this programme comprises Core and Elective Subjects in chemical principles, applied/industrial chemistry, and chemical process technology. Elective Subjects include Medicinal Chemistry, Natural Products Chemistry, Food Processing Technology, Environmental Technology, Process Economics and Quality Management. These subjects broaden and enrich students' knowledge and skills, which should enhance their career prospects in the commercial and industrial sectors. Our students would gain further work experience through industrial visits, Work-Integrated Education and summer placements in local and overseas companies.
Applicants must satisfy the General Entrance Requirements of the University:
English Language: Level 3, Chinese Language: Level 3,
Mathematics: Level 2, Liberal Studies: Level 2, and
Two Electives: Level 3 (preferably Chemistry or Combined Science with Chemistry as one of the components and the second elective can be M1/M2)
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