M.Sc Chemistry

M.Sc Chemistry (Master of Science in Chemistry) is a two-year postgraduate course where candidates get in-depth knowledge of various aspects of Organic, Inorganic, and Physical Chemistry.

For the M.Sc Chemistry course, candidates must have passed the examination of higher secondary levels from any recognized school or college. Applicants must have a degree in B.Sc Chemistry ones for B.Sc Chemistry as one of the main subjects.


Master of Science in Chemistry includes a syllabus like Analytical Chemistry, Surface, Interface, and Catalysis, Advanced instrumental methods of analysis, Separation Techniques, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Thermodynamics, Quantum Chemistry, etc.

Program Outcomes

Knowledge Outcomes: Demonstrate and apply the fundamental knowledge of the basic principles in various fields of Chemistry and Apply knowledge to build up the small-scale industry for developing an endogenous product.

Skill Outcomes: Collaborate effectively on team-oriented projects in the field of chemistry or other related fields and explain environmental pollution issues and the remedies thereof. 

Generic Outcomes: Augment the recent developments in the field of green and eco-friendly reactions, pharmaceutical, bioinorganic chemistry, and relevant fields of research and development.

Asymmetric Synthesis: Understand the various ways of attack on electrophilic species by a nucleophile to predict selective product.

Organic Stereochemistry: Understand various terminologies in stereochemistry and will be able to draw the stereochemistry structures of different molecules

Chemistry of Natural Products: Understand different secondary metabolites and their importance and become different familiar with many reagents used in organic synthesis.

Communication Skills: Students can be able to develop their communication skills.

Creative Thinking: Students can be able to think new creative ideas for solving the problems in chemistry and so they can provide the solutions for any problems in chemistry.

Environmental Monitoring: Students can able to analyze the global warming change, Acid rain and ozone depletion and to create a awareness in society.

Practical Skills: students can ability to do practical skills it will helps to solves some practical problems.

Industries Hiring M.Sc Chemistry Graduates

  • Content Creator
  • Synthetic Lab Scientist
  • Assistant Professors
  • Online Mentor
  • Solid State Chemistry Expert
  • Research Scientist
  • Chemistry/Biochemistry Research Officer
  • Analytical Chemistry Application Specialist

Job Vacancies for M.Sc Chemistry Graduates

  • Professor
  • Research Associate
  • Research Scientist
  • Content Developer
  • Chemical Engineer
  • Quality Control Manager
  • Lab Technologist
  • Chemist


  1. Exposure to state-of-the-art lab facilities and instrumentation techniques
  2. Exposure to quality research in various inter-disciplinary fields with valuable outcome
  3. Exposure to effective waste management techniques including reusing & recycling of unused chemicals
  4. Study of Skill based papers and Industrial visit to develop communication and collaborative skills
  5. Access to inter disciplinary courses to understand the wider outreach of various subjects
  6. Generating awareness on chemistry-based advances in technology
  7. Access to subject specific books and journals
  8. Secure highly sought-after careers in industries, research, academia, government, public health, entrepreneurship, consulting etc.

Academic Researcher/Scientist: Chemistry majors can work as researchers in various fields such as materials science, nanotechnology, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, modelling and simulations, drug designing etc. They can conduct experiments, analyze data, and develop new theories and models.  They can also be employed in government departments that provide funding for research to overlook the proper implementation of the proposed projects. They can also be employed in government departments that provide funding for research to overlook the proper implementation of the proposed projects.

Professor: Chemistry majors can teach chemistry in colleges, universities and other higher educational institutions. They can inspire and educate future generations of chemists, engineers, and scientists.

Analytical Chemist: Chemistry majors can work as analytical chemists, who develop and apply methods to analyze and measure chemical substances. They work in various industries such as food and beverage, environmental monitoring, and pharmaceuticals.

Quality Control Chemist: Chemistry majors can be employed as quality control chemists and are crucial in guaranteeing the safety and efficacy of the products we use by testing a product and examining the results.  They are appointed by various private companies that have production plants as well as in the government PDS system.

Archaeological Chemist: Chemistry majors can be employed in archaeological departments, government and commercial, where analysis of artefacts is done which includes carbon dating, isotope mass spectrometry and other such investigations.

Oil and Petroleum Chemist: Chemistry majors can work for large oil companies or for independent companies that support the industry with fluid-cracking catalysts, chemicals used to aid in the drilling and refinery area, or technical support for handling environmental systems.


M.Sc Chemistry offers huge scope to candidates who have pursued a degree in M.Sc Chemistry. They can opt for a teaching job as a professor or a teacher. After the Master of Science in Chemistry, a huge job rolls are available for M.Sc Chemistry graduates. They can also work as Content Creator, Synthetic Lab scientists, Assistant Professors, and Online Mentor