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Program Intro

For undergraduate study, the Department of Molecular Science and Engineering has developed a curriculum providing students with a broad base to build a scientific career. Courses include both basic science and engineering sciences ( material synthesis, organic chemistry reactions and mechanistic aspects, biochemistry, analysis of molecular structures via spectroscopic studies, fiber physics and chemistry, dyes and pigments, textile fabrication, finishing, processing, etc.) The Department is well equipped with sophisticated instrumentation and laboratory facilities.

  Polymer Material Program  Organic Molecular Material Program Fiber Material and Textile Technology Program
Compulsory Principles of Polymer Chemistry Organic Chemistry(I) Textile materials and principles of textile Technology
Principles of Polymer Physics Organic Chemistry(II) Fiber Physics and Chemistry
Material Science and Engineering Fundamental biochemistry Engineering Mechanics
Elective Introduction to Liquid Crystal Materials Specialty Chemicals Yarn Formation Technology
Fluid Mechanics Biochemistry material mechanics
Organic Chemistry Lab. Spectroscopy and Molecular Structure Textile Dyeing
Analytical Chemistry Lab. Organic Chemistry Lab. clothing manufacturing
Polymer Chemistry Lab. Analytical Chemistry Lab. Practice of Yarn and Fabric Formation
Polymer Physics Lab. Biochemistry experiments Textile Finishing
Polymer Processing Organic Synthesis Practice of Textile Dyeing and Finishing
Polymer Rheology Molecular Biology Colour Chemistry
Polyer Material Analytical Technology Introduction to Organic Optoelectronic Materials Introduction to Technical Textiles
Composite Materials Surface Analysis for Materials Fiber Composites Practice
Biomaterials Biomaterials Computer Color Matching and Pigment
Optoelectronic Polymer Colour Chemistry Industrial Economics
Polymer Synthesis Nanomolecular Material Textile Management
  Medicinal chemistry Fiber Composites Practice
  Material Physical/Chemical Lab. Innovative technology in textile industries
Note  Courses plan as below,at least 18 credits must be earned to have       certificate of corresponding  program.

For more information,please visit List of Credits for Graduation