Bachelor of Science in ChemistrySaint Louis University Madrid
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Detalles del curso
Objetivo del curso: With this degree students assume entry-level positions in a wide variety of chemical companies dealing with development and manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, polymers and plastics, colors and pigments, fine chemicals, and advanced materials. Other areas where chemists are in great demand are software development, scientific consulting, quality control, the oil industry and environmental science.
Dirigido a: Students majoring in Chemistry are those interested in the fundamentals of matter and its applications in everyday life. Chemistry is a constructive, experimental science that spans over a very broad area from Physical Chemistry based on Mathematics and Physics to Biochemistry based on the chemistry of life. Students interested in Chemistry will apply their theoretical knowledge to the synthesis of known as well as completely novel molecules.
Beca: -Madrid Campus Jesuit High School Scholarship -Scholarships, which are available to students based on academic achievement. -Work Grants, which consist of on-campus job opportunities (up to 10 hours/week) for which students receive a discount in their tuition fees. -Family Awards, which are available for families with more than one dependent child enrolled simultaneously at Saint Louis University (St. Louis and/or Madrid Campus). -Grants and loans, some of which will have to be repaid, are also available. (US citizens and US residents only).
Requisitos: Admission requirements are based on a combination of secondary school grades, college admission test scores, co-curricular activities and attempted college course work, as well as other indicators of the applicant’s ability and character. Spanish and international students normally enroll in our intensive English as a Second Language (ESL) program during their first year of study.
Este curso está dirigido únicamente a residentes en España
Titulación oficial: Bachelor of Science in Physics
Chemistry is a basic science whose central concerns are:
- the structure and behavior of atoms (elements)
- the composition and properties of compounds
- the reactions between substances with their accompanying energy exchange
- the laws that unite these phenomena into a comprehensive system
Chemistry is not an isolated discipline, for it merges into physics and biology. Chemistry evolved from the medieval practice of alchemy. Its bases were laid by such men as Boyle, Lavoisier, Priestly, Berzelius, Avogadro, Dalton and Pasteur.
The Chemistry academic curriculum is completely integrated with that of the St.Louis campus in Missouri. The students can transfer freely between the two campuses over the course of their undergraduate degree program. A student who enrolls in a bachelor's degree Chemistry program in Madrid, will normally spend the first two years in Madrid and then transfer directly to the St.Louis campus in Missouri to finish the final two years of the degree program. However, students can transfer the academic credits they earn while studying in Madrid to other US universities should they so wish.
The Chemistry BS program requires course work in Chemistry (48 hours), Mathematics and Physics (20 hours), and Arts Subjects and Electives (57 hours).The major includes a concentration of courses in Chemistry, including lecture courses as well as laboratory-oriented activities. The Chemistry program requires allied electives from the sciences and/or engineering. In addition, four open electives are included in the program. Together, the allied electives and open electives provide ample opportunity for students to consider majoring or minoring in another discipline
·Freshman students start by gaining a broad basis in Science and General Arts subjects
·The majority of the faculty members have terminal degrees in Chemistry and are performing cutting-edge research in this area.
·The degree awarded at the end of this career is Bachelor of Science in Chemistry.