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Chemistry is the study of the state of matter and the interaction of organic and inorganic compounds as an essential part of biology and the main source of creating medicines in Malaysia
Do you realise we do chemistry every day?! As soon as you wake up in the morning, you start doing chemistry. Chemistry explains why an egg changes when you fry it and why your non-stick pan is not sticky. It also explains how our clothes become clean after we wash it with detergent, how plastic melts when you heat it up, and why does Coke bubble up and overflow when you shake it before opening it. In fact, you start doing Chemistry yourself whenever you sneeze - the foreign particles in the aMore details Less
Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry
Introduction to Organic Chemistry
Metals & Metalloids
Climate, Atmosphere & Oceans
You have the opportunity to go into a wide range of specialties during Masters and PhD and will be able to do pure research in fundamental Chemistry or Applied Chemistry.
With so many degree options out there, here are some top reasons why you should study Chemistry:
Pursuing your studies in this field can lead you to a wide range of career options to choose from. Chemistry, Researching, Biochemistry, Pharmacology are all part of what you’ll learn in the syllabus.
Although this course will teach you all there is to know about Chemistry, you are encouraged to come up with new, eco-friendly ideas in areas related to petroleum, pollution and other technological advances.
Because Chemistry is a complex course, there are not many professionals in this field. But with vast experience and research skills, you will earn a handsome salary
“My eyes are constantly wide open to the extraordinary fact of existence. Not just human existence, but the existence of life and how this breathtakingly powerful process, which is natural selection, has managed to take the very simple facts of physics an
Important Note: If you are serious about being a Chemist, pursuing a postgraduate is ideal as you get to learn more in-depth studies about this field, work in laboratories and add to the research field. .
If you wish to pursue a job related to Chemistry, you will have to opt for the graduate study route (unless you want to be a mad scientist!). The depth and complexity of this course means that an undergraduate course may not be sufficient to land you your dream job or enable you to reach a higher position. With a postgraduate qualification, you will be able to do research in different environments such as universities, public and private research institutions and profit-making companies.
White there are indeed many sub-disciplines you can eventually branch out to, you need to like or be passionate about chemistry. If you didn’t like chemistry back in school, that won’t change here, and you may want to look elsewhere for your potential future career
Yes, your theoretical knowledge is greatly important. However, you will also spend loads of time in the labs testing and researching your findings, which require a steady hand!
The subject matter you will deal with are much less concrete than other sciences, and more tangible. Some parts of chemistry are yet to be understood, as such, you will need to possess an inquisitive mind to make it far in this course!
Do note that all courses should be accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA). Click here to check if the course you choose is accredited.
For a start, here are some of the most popular Chemistry schools in Malaysia.
Bandar Baru Bangi4 Courses
Kuala Lumpur1 Course