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Information on course of study: Dual-Subject Bachelor's Programme Chemistry (Bachelor)
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Numbers and facts

Course of study name: Dual-Subject Bachelor's Programme Chemistry (Bachelor)
Duration: 6 Semester
Academic degree: Bachelor of Science
Language: German
Type of admission: Application/enrolment possible in the winter semester

Description

Within the scope of the Dual-subject Bachelor, you can take Chemistry
  • as a Major (90 ECTS) combined with a Minor
  • as a primary or secondary dual subject (60 ECTS) or
  • as a Minor (30 ECTS) combined with a Major
Chemistry can be studied either in connection with a non-teaching career goal or as a professional teaching qualification. If you want to become a teacher, you must follow the combinations of subjects for each teaching position.

Orientation and goals

Chemistry is an interdisciplinary field based on underlying concepts, theories and models that contribute to a rational-critical view of the world. Chemistry is required for the production and application of a great variety of materials in industry, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, and in the private household sphere. For this reason, chemistry is essential for our society and the common good.
Chemistry is also an essential field in the public school system because of its significance for culture and society, as well as its contribution to promoting creativity and problem solving skills. The ability to draw upon and communicate knowledge of chemistry to a wider public is highly sought after in a variety of career areas, including scientific centres, newspaper editing, associations, and in all those places where modern scientific knowledge needs to be conveyed to a wider audience.
If you enjoy communicating and explaining the ideas, phenomena, knowledge and models that make up chemistry, and if you want to work with ans inspire young people with chemistry, then you should study Chemistry at the University of Oldenburg! A strong academic background in chemistry, mathematics, German, and English (equivalent to years 12 and 13 in the Gymnasium) would be of great advantage for the successful and timely completion of this programme.

Language skills

In order to study this course at the University of Oldenburg as a student from outside of Germany, you need an adequate knowledge of German.

German Language Proficiency
You can proof your German language proficiency with the following language certificates:
  • DSH: Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang (Level 2)
  • TestDaF: Test – Deutsch als Fremdsprache (with level 4 in all four areas)

The proof of language proficiency must be presented for the enrolment. For other proof possiblities see: Language requirements

Application and admission

This is an open admissions degree course, and application is only possible in the winter semester.
The application deadline for the winter semester is 15 October.

If applicable, the application deadline depends on the first subject, if it is admission restricted.

Careers and areas of work

The successful completion of this dual-subject bachelor's degree programme qualifies graduates for a number of career fields that require knowledge of chemistry as well as interdisciplinary skills in the natural sciences. These include for example positions as science editors for newspapers and publishers, overseeing the training of chemistry laboratory technicians, in science centres, and in adult education. An additional qualification in a second subject in the natural sciences (30/90 or 90/30 credit points) might be very advantageous for graduates who do not intend to qualify as schoolteachers.
A completed bachelor's degree is a prerequisite for beginning a master's programme in education that qualifies graduates to teach in the Gymnasium, vocational schools, and for special needs teaching (120 credit points, 4 semesters, degree title - Master of Education), as well as for the Grundschule, Hauptschule, and Realschule (60 credit points, 2 semesters, degree title - Master of Education). Entry to the teaching field generally requires qualifications in two taught subjects.

If students are interested in a non-school-related goal, more information can be found at the professional field of Chemistry (in German).

Your contact persons

Prüfungen
  • Fischer, Astrid
  • Examinations Office (FK5-FK6)
  • Contact form for students
Fragen zum Studiengang/-fach
  • Wark, Michael
  • Student representatives of Chemistry
  • Student representatives of Teaching Degree Programme
Questions about studying
  • Study and Career Counselling Service
  • Matthé, Sabine

Documents: Regulations, forms, information

Forms
  • Early enrolment in master's modules pdf
  • Application for admission to specialisation modules docx
  • Module examination for bachelor's docx
  • Application for final thesis pdf
  • Notification of an illness in the examination procedure pdf
  • Grade improvement docx
  • Registration for final thesis pdf
Documents Anerkennung
  • Professionalisierungsbereich Blanko (Anlage) docx
  • Antrag auf Anerkennung von Prüfungsleistungen pdf
P-Amt
  • Prüfungsordnung - allgemeiner Teil 2020 pdf
  • Area of specialisation incl. practice modules - general regulations 2020 (Annex 3) (unofficial English translation) pdf
  • What does "Changes to examination regulations" mean for students? pdf
Examinations and examiners

Postgraduate / combined course of studies

Kombinationsfach (2FB)
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Masterfach-MEd (Kombi)
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Masterfach-MEd (Kern)
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