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Academic Programs

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Chemistry offers undergraduate programs both in primary and secondary major. After freshmen year, students can choose chemistry programs as their primary major. Students who study physical sciences, biomedical sciences, and engineering can take chemistry as their second major.
Chemistry major requires minimum 48 or more chemistry credits for undergraduate degree. Chemistry as a secondary major requires 18 or more credits for graduation.
Chemistry offers a variety of courses covering from basic concepts of chemistry to modern experimental chemistry in all areas including chemical biology, materials, and nanoscience. Motivated students can have excellent chances to conduct advanced level experiments and researches. Also, advanced level courses are offered for senior students.
For details, see Undergraduate Curriculum.

Chemistry provide one of nation's finest graduate programs in chemistry. Graduate students will be actively involved in cutting-edge research in all areas of chemistry and interdisciplinary researches such as polymers/materials, nanoscience, chemical biology, and applied researches. The department hosts two regional branches of Institute of Basic Science. For graduate study in chemistry at UNIST, see Graduate Program.

UNIST and chemistry department offers excellent environment for advanced researches for post-doctoral fellows and researchers. UNIST endows fellowships (University Research Fellows) for distinguished scientists in all fields of science and engineering. Research groups in chemistry and related departments also provide post-doctoral fellowships. For fellowships and hiring, see Postdoctoral Programs.