Chemistry relates to nearly every aspect of our lives. It lies at the heart of some of world’s most advanced industries, for example, those focusing on pharmaceuticals, sustainable energy development, or even the food and beverage industry. The transdisciplinary Bachelor degree in Chemistry offers modules that include courses in nanomolecular science, organic, inorganic, analytical, and physical chemistry; it also equips students with the relevant knowledge of mathematics, engineering, and industrial priorities. Over the course of the three-year study program, you will take extensive laboratory courses and conduct your own research projects during your third year of study. Undergraduate students are also strongly encouraged to engage in research projects with graduate students as early as their first or second semester at Jacobs University.