Producing new active substances, developing diagnostic tests, tracking down crime: The chemical industry is a diverse and important branch of industry—whether for fighting diseases, crime, environmental pollution, or many other areas. Are you fascinated by chemistry and other natural sciences? Then the German Bachelor's study programme Angewandte Chemie für Analytik, Forensik und Life Science (B.Sc.) in Idstein offers you an academic education that qualifies you for exciting jobs and tasks in the chemical industry.
You can study the programme B.Sc. Angewandte Chemie für Analytik, Forensik & Life Science at the following locations:
Description of the programme
With a mix of broad theoretical knowledge and a lot of laboratory practice, we optimally prepare you for your future professional life in a future-oriented and high-turnover industry.
Discover the world of molecules: What is the structure of chemical substances? What properties do they have? How can you detect and produce these substances? The German Bachelor's study programme Angewandte Chemie für Analytik, Forensik und Life Science (B.Sc.) focuses on the structure, properties, analytical detection, and determination of substances. You gain comprehensive competences in classical disciplines of chemistry and immerse yourself in related disciplines.
Broad know-how: In eight semesters, you acquire relevant basic knowledge in inorganic and organic chemistry, physical chemistry, and analytics. Your study plan includes subjects such as biotechnology, pharmacology, and polymer chemistry. In addition, we teach you important key qualifications. You deal with the topics of environmental protection and occupational safety and learn more about independent scientific work.
Why enrolling in this programme?
We do our own research: At Hocschule Fresenius, prospective chemists benefit from their own research institute. The Institute for Analytical Research (IFAR) is active in exciting research fields related to environmental and water analysis.
Where do you see your professional future? A successful German Bachelor's degree in Angewandte Chemie für Analytik, Forensik und Life Science (B.Sc.) offers you entry-level opportunities at companies, authorities, and institutions such as environmental and criminal investigation offices. You can use your skills
– in research and development;
– in laboratory management;
– in quality control;
– in the product development of diagnostics, consumer goods, solar cells, batteries, or biodegradable plastics.
Where are you drawn to?
Accreditations & awards
All study programmes at the Hochschule Fresenius Heidelberg are accredited before they start for the first time and then regularly checked for conformity with the regulations. This ensures that they meet the quality standards of the Accreditation Council Foundation. The accreditation system in Germany provides for higher education institutions to have either individual study programmes (so-called programme accreditation) or the internal quality assurance system of the higher education institution (so-called system accreditation) accredited. The FIBAA (Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation) accreditation of the study programmes of the Hochschule Fresenius Heidelberg guarantees the equivalence of corresponding study and examination achievements as well as degrees and enables student mobility within the scope of German law and the Lisbon Convention. Studying at the Hochschule Fresenius Heidelberg guarantees you a degree that meets all the requirements of the German accreditation system and the quality standards in the European Higher Education Area.