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M.Sc. in Chemistry(M.Sc.)

Course Duration

4 Semesters
(2 Years)

Eligibility Criteria

Bachelors Degree of 3 years with Chemistry as one of the major/optional Subjects with 45% (40% in case of SC / ST) of marks in aggregate from any recognised University / Institution or any other qualification recognised as equivalent there to.

Overview

“Chemistry is thus at once Science and an Art!”

Chemistry is important in the storage and use of energy, creation of new materials, advances in agriculture, food and nutrition, better health and economic growth.

Chemistry is an essential part of the educational system of an advanced society. Indian society has embraced the knowledge economy and its economic growth rate is one of the highest in the world. India has shown the highest level of progress in engineering, space, nuclear, aeronautics, biotech, and pharmaceutics. The subject of chemistry has played a major role in the development of the country.

M.Sc. (Chemistry) at REVA UNIVERSITY has been designed to meet the human resources needs of existing and futuristic research establishments, industries and academic institutions. The programme is designed to produce graduates with higher-order critical, analytical, and problem-solving and research skills and the ability to think rigorously and independently to meet higher-level expectations of industries, research organizations and academic institutions.

What Makes the Programme Unique?

The programme acts as a foundation degree and helps to develop critical, analytical and problem-solving skills.

It ensures graduates are employable in scientific organisations and are capable of assuming administrative positions in various organisations.

Helps in the further acquisition of higher-level degrees to help graduates pursue a career in academics or scientific organisations as a researcher.

Programme Educational Objectives

Graduates will be able to:

  • Work alongside physicists, engineers, biomedical scientists, finance and other professionals to help to solve scientific problems
  • Work as managers, administrators or entrepreneurs with further training and education
  • Pursue doctoral research degrees to work in colleges, and universities as professors or as scientists in research establishments

Course Curriculum

01Inorganic Chemistry –I (Hard Core)

02Organic Chemistry -I (Hard Core)

03Physical Chemistry -I (Hard Core)

04Analytical Chemistry- I (Hard Core)

05Computers and Mathematics for Chemist (Hard Core / AECC)

06Inorganic chemistry: - (Soft Core)

  • Introduction to Nano-science and Nanotechnology - I.1

07Organic chemistry: - (Soft Core)

  • Heterocyclic Chemistry and Chemistry of Bio-Molecules - I.2

08Physical Chemistry:- (Soft Core)

  • Surface, Interfaces and Catalysis - I.3

09Analytical Chemistry:- (Soft Core)

  • Advanced Instrumental Methods of Analysis- I.4 (Innovation)

10Practicals (Hard Core )

  • Organic Chemistry-I (Practical)
  • Physical Chemistry-I(Practical)

01Inorganic Chemistry -II (Hard Core)

02Organic Chemistry -II (Hard Core)

03Physical Chemistry -II (Hard Core)

04Organic Spectroscopy (Hard Core)

05Challenges in Industrial Research and Development (IPR)

06Inorganic Chemistry :- (Soft Core)

  • Chemistry of Life -II.1

07Organic Chemistry :- (Soft Core)

  • Supramolecular and Medicinal Chemistry-II.2

08Physical Chemistry:- (Soft Core)

  • Advanced Chemical Kinetics and Thermodynamics-II.3

09Analytical Chemistry:- (Soft Core)

  • Separation Techniques -II.4

10Sports/Yoga/Music/Dance/ Theatre

11Practicals (Hard Core )

  • Inorganic Chemistry-II
  • Analytical Chemistry-II

0101 Inorganic chemistry III

  • Advanced Inorganic Chemistry III.1 (Hard Core)
  • Organometallics-III.2 (Hard Core)
  • Solid state chemistry and Advanced Materials -III.3 (Hard Core)
  • Structural Methods in Inorganic Chemistry-III. 4 (Innovation) (Hard Core)
  • Industrial Inorganic Chemistry-III.5 (Soft Core)
  • Green Chemistry-III .5 (Soft Core)
  • Energy and Energy Conversion Systems -III.5 (Innovation) (Soft Core)
  • Environmental Chemistry and Applied Analysis -III.5 (Soft Core)
  • Inorganic Chemistry Practicals-III.1 - Practical Courses (Hard Core )
  • Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Practicals-III.2 - Practical Courses (Hard Core )

02Organic Chemistry-III

  • Advanced Organic Chemistry - III.1 (Hard Core)
  • Advanced Organic Synthesis - III.2 (Hard Core)
  • Natural Products and Bioorganic Chemistry-III.3 (Hard Core)
  • Organometallic Chemistry in Organic Synthesis-III.4 (Hard Core)
  • Industrial Inorganic Chemistry-III.5 (Entrepreneurship) (Soft Core)
  • Green Chemistry-III .5 (Soft Core)
  • Energy and Energy Conversion Systems -III.5 (Entrepreneurship) (Soft Core)
  • Environmental Chemistry and Applied Analysis -III.5 (Soft Core)
  • Organic Chemistry PracticalsIII.1 - Practical Courses (Hard Core )
  • Advanced Organic Chemistry Practicals-III.2 - Practical Courses (Hard Core )

03Physical Chemistry III

  • Photo-physical Processes and Applications -III.1 (Hard Core)
  • Fundamentals of Electrochemistry and Applications-III.2 (Hard Core)
  • Advanced Physical Chemistry -III.3 (Hard Core)
  • Polymer Science and Technology -III.4 (Hard Core)
  • Industrial Inorganic Chemistry-III.5 (Soft Core )
  • Green Chemistry-III .5 (Soft Core )
  • Energy and Energy Conversion Systems -III.5 (Entrepreneurship) (Soft Core )
  • Environmental Chemistry and Applied Analysis -III.5 (Soft Core )
  • Physical Chemistry Practicals – III.1 - Practical Courses (Hard Core )
  • Advanced Physical Chemistry Practicals – III.2 - Practical Courses (Hard Core )

04Analytical Chemistry III

  • Advanced analytical Chemistry -III.1 (Hard Core)
  • Advanced Materials Analysis and Electron SpectroscopyIII.2 (Hard Core)
  • Electrochemistry and Electroanalytical TechniquesIII.3 (Hard Core)
  • Instrumental and Analytical Analysis Techniques –III.4 (Entrepreneurship) (Hard Core)
  • Industrial Inorganic Chemistry-III.5 (Soft Core)
  • Green Chemistry-III .5 (Soft Core)
  • Energy and Energy Conversion Systems -III.5 (Soft Core)
  • Environmental Chemistry and Applied Analysis -III.5 (Soft Core)
  • Analytical Chemistry Practicals – III.1 - Practical Courses (Hard Core )
  • Analytical Chemistry Practicals – III.2 - Practical Courses (Hard Core )

05Open Elective

  • Advanced Materials in Semiconductor Device Technologies (Innovation)
  • Biodiesel: An Alternative Renewable Energy Source (Entrepreneurship)
  • Chemistry of Materials
  • Chemistry of Food and Beverages
  • Nanotechnology
  • Sensor Technologies: Physical Sensors, Chemical Sensors, Biosensors, Gas Sensors and their Instrumentation
  • Internship / Skill Development (Internship / Entrepreneurship / IPR)

01Major Project (Hard Core)

02Soft Core:-

  • Functional inorganic materials
  • Advanced functional organic materials
  • Advanced spectroscopy and applications in structural analysis (Entrepreneurship)
  • Advanced electroanalytical techniques
  • Advances in surface, interface and Catalysis
  • Advanced materials in energy storage and conversion devices
  • Advances in polymer science and technology (Innovation)

03MOOC/SWAYAM/HARVARD/Edx/ Internship etc – SEC/MOC (Internship / Entrepreneurship / IPR)

04Practicals

  • Advanced organic chemistry lab-IV.1 (Hard Core )
  • Advanced Inorganic chemistry lab-IV.2 (Hard Core )
  • Physical Chemistry PracticalsIV.3 (Hard Core )
  • Analytical Chemistry Practicals-IV.4 (Hard Core )

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO-1

Work alongside physicists, engineers, environmentalists, biomedical scientists, pharmacists, doctors and other professionals to help solving scientific problems

PEO-2

Work as techno managers, administrator or entrepreneurs with further training and education

PEO-3

Pursue doctoral research degrees to work in colleges, universities as professors or as scientists in research establishments

Programme Outcomes (POs)

On completion of this programme, a student will be able to:

PO 1

Apply mathematical methods to solve various types of mathematical problems

PO 2

Apply mathematical methods to solve problems in Physics, Chemistry, Finance, Engineering, Biomedical and other fields

PO 3

Develop tools for solving mathematical problems

PO 4

Develop mathematical models to explain behaviour of physical and chemical systems

PO 5

Use modern tools and techniques for the solution of mathematical models

PO 6

Manage information, develop technical reports and make presentations

PO 7

Choose an appropriate online educational programme for further learning, participate in seminars and conferences

PO 8

Lead a team to successfully complete a project and communicate across teams

Career Opportunities

  • Higher educational institutions
  • R&D sectors
  • Industries of varied types
  • Government, public & private sectors
Application Fee
  • Indian / SAARC Nationals₹ 1000
  • NRI Fee₹ 2000
  • Foreign NationalsUS$ 50
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