The Department of Chemistry was founded in 1982 with the establishment of the School of Sciences and Arts at Erciyes University, Kayseri, and started accepting students in the academic year of 1984/1985.  The Departments of Arts were separated to form the School of Fine Arts in 2010, and the original school was renamed as the School of Sciences consisting of the Departments of Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Biology, and Astronomy and Space Sciences. The Chemistry Department is made up of six divisions;
Analytical Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry
Physical Chemistry
Industrial Chemistry
It offers undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degrees in each division in Turkish, and master’s degree in English.
Our Vision
The Department aims to foster excellence in education and research for the development and application of science and technology to maximize the quality of life for all.
Our Mission
The Department assumes a duty of preserving and improving its high level of position in all areas of modern and interdisciplinary chemistry in collaboration to other disciplines, including physics, biology, materials science, engineering, and medicine.
Erciyes University’s Department of Chemistry has been a leader in education since the days of its creation. Whether or not they choose to major in chemistry, the Department provides a host of opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to participate in department life, from challenging coursework to its independent research to social activities. The chemists trained at Erciyes University contributed much in teaching chemistry to high school students to developing the technologies that provided the basic material needs of society.
Undergraduate studies are designed for eight semesters (four years) of education, and requires 236 ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System).  However, it is possible to graduate in seven semesters by a little extra effort or taking summer courses. The graduate degrees in chemistry is offered by the Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences. The master’s program in chemistry requires two semesters for courses and two semesters for research. The doctoral program calls for eight semesters of education of courses and research.
Research is a great way to learn more about chemistry. The concepts students learn in the classroom will come to light when they do research. They will also learn more about instrumentation, data analysis, and gain experience in writing reports, preparing posters, and discussing science with other research group members.  In the Department of Chemistry at Erciyes University, the students can have numerous opportunities to carry out research.  For example, by working on their undergraduate or graduate thesis, or being a part of the research teams for the projects directed by the faculty members.
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