The prosperity of modern societies is partially based on the significant achievements of Chemistry. Progress in this discipline enables innovations in medicine, agriculture, energy, and in almost all manufacturing sectors of industry and materials for everyday use. With it, chemistry contributes to the improvement of the quality of life of people. The Chemistry Department, which is nationally leading and internationally recognized in education, research, and community services has the responsibility to prepare qualified graduates having excellent knowledge and skills in Chemistry, a capability to manage international collaboration and competition, as well as motivation to achieve the prosperity of society.

Graduate Competencies

Chemistry is a universal science. The study program has been accredited by Royal Society of Chemistry and National Accreditation Board of Higher Education (BAN-PT). This has proven that the excellence of our educational outputs and research findings are recognized internationally and nationally. These advantages are supported by adequate research facilities in our laboratories.

The courses taught in our study program cover the basic properties of matter and its changes along with the energy that accompanies the changes. Material changes are intended to produce compounds that are beneficial to human life.

Career Prospects

Our graduates are able to pursue careers in research institutions (such as LIPI, BATAN, and LEMIGAS), as educators (as lecturers and school teachers), in industries (such as cement, medicine, oil, and gas), and government institutions such as regional governments and ministries.

Research Support Facilities

Our study program has extensive research equipment including FTIR spectrophotometer, UV-Vis spectrophotometer, Specular Reflectance UV-Vis Spectrophotometer, Bomb-Calorimeter, Atomic absorption spectrophotometer, Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometer, Liquid Chromatography and High-Performance Liquid Chromatography, X-ray diffraction machines, Transmission Electron Microscopy, Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry/Mass Spectrometry High-Resolution Mass Spectrometer, H-NMR and C-NMR 500 MHz, Scanning Electron Microscopy with EDS, and ICP-AES.


    1. Pancasila-minded and have an awareness of the interests of the nation.
    2. Having responsibility, confidence, emotional maturity, ethics, and awareness of being a lifelong learner.
    1. Basic science including mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology.
    2. General aspects of chemical terms: nomenclature, conversion, and units in chemistry.
    3. Basic types of chemical reactions and their accompanying properties.
    4. Principles and procedures used in chemical analysis and characterization of chemical compounds, including spectroscopy.
    5. Nature of the differences in material characteristics and underlying theories.
    6. Principles of thermodynamics and its use in chemistry.
    7. Kinetics of chemical changes including interpretations of the mechanism of chemical reactions and catalysis.
    8. Separation techniques and isolation of chemical compounds.
    9. Strategy for the synthesis of chemical compounds.
    10. Relationship between individual atoms, molecules, and macromolecules and their properties.
    11. Current issues on research and development in chemistry.
    1. Prepare, handle and manage chemicals properly and safely.
    2. Conduct activities in the field of chemistry: synthesis, analysis of inorganic and organic systems.
    3. Conduct observations and measurements of chemical properties.
    4. Interpret laboratory observation data.
    5. Operate standard chemical equipment: distillation, extraction, spectrometer, electroanalytical tool, etc.
    6. Search for chemical information quickly, accurately and up-to-date.
    7. Utilize data processing machines and information technology in the field of chemistry.
    8. Be proficient in spoken and written languages of both Indonesian and English.
    9. Present reports and scientific papers spoken and written.
    1. Able to apply logical, critical, systematic and innovative thinking by utilizing information technology to produce solutions realized in scientific documents and implementation of areas of expertise with integrity.
    2. Able to develop networks, be adaptive, creative and contributive, provide supervision, evaluate and make decisions in order to show independent and group performance to apply knowledge to community life.
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