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