The Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Section offers the following training in molecular sciences:
- Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry (programme in French)
- MS in chemical engineering and biotechnology
- MS in molecular and biological chemistry
Holders of a Master’s degree or equivalent can then join the Doctoral School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering.
Throughout their studies, students spend 25-30% of their time in the laboratory. A cross-curricular program in humanities and social sciences representing 10% of all studies is also followed by the student. The main purpose of this set is to connect the scientist with social issues such as ethics, religions, philosophy, etc.
Training in chemistry is rapidly evolving towards a conceptualization of the molecular world. In order to enable the student to grasp as early as possible abstract notions such as the electronic density of a molecule, its symmetry and its three-dimensional structure, he learns to use modeling software on his laptop computer.