Graduates are able to perform the professional roles and functions described below in the employment sectors here listed:
- assisting specialists in activities that are conducted in chemical research or activities that require the application of chemical procedures;
- applying pre-defined procedures and consolidated knowledge, and performing them as part their job;
- performing laboratory tests and trials for the development of new products as part of a pre-determined programme and under the supervision of a senior chemist, following the characterisation of new products and collaborating in the experimentation of new technologies;
- carrying out chemical analysis and quality control that require the ability to use complex chemical techniques and equipment, on the basis of the specific nature of a product, writing reports regarding the analysis results,
- using standardised methodologies such as: chemical analysis of all types, management of chemical laboratories; consultancy and opinions on pure and applied chemistry; all other activities set out in current legislation as regards the profession of a chemist;
- satisfying clients' requests by advising on the use of products, relating client requirements to activities of laboratory development, production and marketing.
1. Public and private research bodies
2. Analysis, quality control and certification laboratories.
3. Public and/or private organisations, as staff member or freelance consultant.
4. Work places or industries that require basic knowledge of chemistry sectors.
The degree programme project has been submitted to selected external stakeholders in order to receive their opinions and feedbacks on the learning outcomes and the professional profiles.