The rebirth of Applied Chemistry with a new name “Industrial Chemistry” was at the Chemistry Department, Rangoon Arts and Science University in 1967. I.C was started in 1967 July in the department of chemistry at Rangoon Arts and Science University. M.Sc degree courses were introduced in about 1974-75. It became a separate department in 1986. Industrial Chemistry after 1986; Dr. Min Myint was in charge of I.C. He was the first Professor in I.C. After that, Prof. Daw Aye Nyunt Kyi was appointed as head of the department. Now, Prof. Dr. Khin Thet Ni is taking as the head of this Department.
Mission & Vision
To conduct research related to Applied Science and transfer its important findings in the implementation and development of regional and local on - going Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). Also, graduates would have better creativity and collaborative engagement and would possess improved and wider response in dealing local and regional communities in their SMEs.
For better understanding and evaluation in the assessment of Environmental Impact, (immediate environment) possibly due to the use of Fossil Fuels; ways and means of alleviating their effects.
To nurture and develop capacity and talents of students in the field of Applied Chemical Sciences and eventually become the main driver for the sustainable development of Applied Sciences - based Economic System.
- 2 Professor
- 4 Lecturer
- 1 Assistant Lecturer
- 4 Demonstrator
Curriculum (By Year, 1st to PhD)
BSc Course : Process Engineering Economics, Water and Wastewater Technology, Unit Processes, Unit Operations, Engineering Drawing, Advanced Inorganic / Organic Industrial Chemistry and Advanced Industrial Physical Chemistry, Fuel Science and Technology, Petrochemicals and Rubber Technology.
BSc (Hons.) Course : Process Engineering Economics, Water and Wastewater Technology, Fuel Science and Technology, Unit Processes, Unit Operations, Engineering Drawing, Advanced Inorganic / Organic Industrial Chemistry and Advanced Industrial Physical Chemistry, Petrochemicals and Rubber Technology.
Postgraduate Course: Diploma in Food Technology Course : Fruit and Vegetable Processing, Canning and Refrigeration, Technology of Milk and Meat products, Technology of Vegetables Oils, Technology of Bio-products, Technology of Sugar, Technology of Alcoholic Beverages, Technology of Cereals and Fodder Mixture Products.
MSc Course : Process Equipment Design, Selected Topics in Inorganic Chemical Technology, Unit Operations, Instrumental Methods of Analysis, Biotechnology, Selected Topics in Industrial Chemistry, Fuel Science, Environmental Science, Food Processing, Fats and Oils, Pilot Plant and Scale-up Methods, Thermoanalytical Methods of Chemical Analysis.
PhD Preliminary Course : Energy Resources Technology, Biotechnology, Fuel Science, Agro- processing and Agro-based Industries. Environmental Science (Industrial Chemistry Aspect)
Certificate in Cosmetic Technology Course: Shampoo, Toothpaste and Hair Cream, Cream and Lotion, Lipstick and Lip Gloss