The primary objective of education is to prepare graduates from this field of study to the rapidly changing conditions of the job market by teaching them to use their knowledge of the fundamentals of chemistry and chemical technology coupled with solid knowledge of mathematics, natural and technical sciences and to apply that knowledge in their professional practice, especially, in producing and safe use of chemical products, handling used goods and waste, promoting sustainable development, participating actively in group work, managing human teams performing required tasks and taking advantage of the literature, including legal provisions concerning running a business.
The characteristics of the programme in chemistry is a large number of core course units. In the curriculum, there is an emphasis on the development of skills to use modern methods of identification and computational methods for research on 3D structure of chemical compounds and on new chemical substances that have the desired properties. Special attention is paid to the development of the student's autonomy, learning skills, learning new promising experimental techniques and methods. One of the main assumptions of the programme is that the student shall learn an interdisciplinary problem-solving approach for chemistry.
Graduates from this field of study know basic technological processes, especially the environment-friendly ones, and has the ability to interpret and describe quantitatively principal physicochemical phenomena, to perform laboratory work and organize safely and efficiently operating workstations for such work.
Graduates with an inżynier degree are able to use fundamental knowledge and the literature concerned with chemical and technical sciences, chemical technological processes and environment protection. They also have knowledge of production and safe use of chemical products, handling used goods and chemical waste and the ability to use that knowledge in their professional practice while conforming with the principles of sustainable development. Graduates are prepared to actively participate in team work and to manage human teams. They can perform laboratory work and organize safe and efficient workstations for such work. They are prepared to develop a chemical concept of and to supervise processes of organic synthesis, polymer technology, chemical analysis in adherence to economic, legal and ethical principles. Graduates are prepared to organize and performance of production processes not only in chemical and related industries but also to run their own business. They have a command of a foreign language at the B2 level and can use English for chemistry and basics of chemical technology. The need and appreciation of lifelong learning are instilled in them and they are prepared to pursue a second-cycle degree.