Les deux dernières années de la licence Chimie ont pour objectif d’offrir aux étudiants un socle de connaissances fondamentales solides et de compétences dans toutes les disciplines de la Chimie permettant ainsi d’acquérir les bases spécifiques à chacune de ces disciplines.
After a first year in one of the two scientific portals: Marie Curie or Louis Pasteur, the last two years of the Chemistry Licence aim to offer students a solid base of fundamental knowledge and skills in all the disciplines of Chemistry, thus enabling them to acquire the specific foundations of each of these disciplines.
The Chemistry Licence is above all a generalist Licence. Its main objective is to train students for further studies within the Masters of our University, as well as for training offered by other higher education establishments, universities or engineering schools.
As such, the Bachelor of Chemistry is the main showcase of the Department of Chemistry of our University and the research laboratories with which our teacher-researchers are associated.
In order to enter the Chemistry licence in L2, candidates must justify the validation of a 1st year of scientific studies in Chemistry or equivalent (Classes préparatoires, 1st year of IUT or BTS Chemistry, PACES). Access to the 3rd year of the licence is subject to an examination of the candidate's file by a pedagogical commission.
All L1 modules, Marie Curie portal or Louis Pasteur portal.
LEARNING AND RESEARCH
The Chemistry degree is supported by research laboratories of national and international renown in which all the teacher-researchers involved in our courses work: https://chimie-sciences.univ-amu.fr/recherche
The support provided by these laboratories is manifested by the hosting of students during research internships and this from the 1st year of the Bachelor's degree or through the tutored projects of the 1st (Louis Pasteur Portal) or 2nd year of the Bachelor's degree.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
- Develop a complete scientific, theoretical and/or experimental investigation, starting from a correctly posed problem in chemistry
- Design and carry out a chemistry project independently, individually or collectively, promoting the discovery and understanding of chemical phases
- Develop a project that facilitates integration into a professional organisation or further study and an ethos that promotes empowerment
- Treat complex problems in all areas of chemistry by mobilising knowledge, theoretical and experimental skills
INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
Tutorial projects play an important role in the 1st year of the Louis Pasteur portal in the form of a playful coverage of chemistry and in the 2nd year in the framework of a discovery of the scientific world (DEMOS). Internships are not compulsory, but are strongly recommended from the first year onwards.
SPECIFIC TEACHING CONDITIONS
Throughout the Chemistry degree, the evaluation will be carried out through final examinations at the end of each semester but also through continuous assessment throughout the semester concerned by the teaching considered. This continuous assessment may take several possible forms (oral, partial, report, poster) but will be clearly displayed in all teaching units.
As part of the 3rd year of the Chemistry Licence, we offer students a choice of courses leading to our Masters. These courses are given according to the specificities of the research laboratories present on the teaching sites, research laboratories with which our teacher-researchers are affiliated. We thus encourage our students to move between our various campuses according to the thematic choices they wish to make. To this end, the timetables of the various teaching sites are harmonised.
- 116B Méthodes de mesure, d'analyse chimique ; Informatique de la chimie (fr)
- 222N Transformations chimiques- conception (fr)
- 222R analyse chimique, contrôle de laboratoire des industries chimiques, contrôle industriel des médicaments (fr)
SEEKED CAREERSInformation non disponible
LEARNING COURSES LIST
The 1st year of the Licence is open by right to any holder of a baccalaureate or a diploma admitted in equivalence (including from abroad), the Bac S being strongly advised.
For students enrolled in CPGE, IUT and BTS, admission to L2 or L3 is also possible on the basis of an application file after the opinion of the educational commission.
The students must have a high school diploma.
SCHOOL REGISTRATIONTypical courses can be access by
- Initial Formation
- Continious formation