Department of Chemistry

Academic Requirements

  • To become a UDE B.Sc.(Chem) graduate, one must pass the matriculation examination.
  • Any outstanding qualified student of UDE B.Sc. graduate can pursue higher studies at other universities.
  • Can crossover to a degree college or university if it meets that college or university requirements.

Weekend Lectures and Practicals

Students specializing in Chemistry subjects are required to attend lectures and take part in science practical sessions carried out on Saturdays and Sundays.


Objectives of Department of Chemistry

  • To produce highly qualified technocrats and scientists in the various disciplines of chemistry.
  • These trained personnel are to serve in educational, industry, health and social sectors of the country.


Staff

Professor

Dr. Thazin Lwin
Head
Department of Chemistry

Professors
Dr. Thazin Lwin Ph.D
Dr. Yu Yu Myo
Ph.D
Associate Professors
Dr. Tun Aung Ph.D
Dr. Aye Aye Naing Ph.D
Dr. Tin Ma Ma Pyone Ph.D
Dr. Aye Mi Mi Htwe
Ph.D
Lecturers
Dr. Ohnmar Ko Ph.D
Daw Thu Zar WinM.Sc
Dr. Myo Pa Pa Oo
Ph.D


Assistant Lecturer
Daw Hnin Yee Lwin
M.Sc
Demonstrators
Dr. Nwe Ni Win Ph.D
Dr. Khin Hsan Wai
Ph.D
Dr. Tha Zin Win
Ph.D
U Aung Kyaw MinM.Sc
Daw Htet Htet Than Sein
M.Res
Daw Nwe Nwe Win M.Sc
U Aung Paing M.Res
Daw Chang Myaw M.Sc
Daw Thu Thu HlaingM.Sc

PROGRAM OF STUDIES

  • The Department offers undergraduate program of study leading to a Bachelor of Science degree, specializing in Chemistry.
  • The academic B.Sc. program in chemistry is all conducted in English language except Myanmar.
  • To uphold and maintain the quality of education, the curriculum and chemistry syllabus are in the same level as those of other universities.


CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

First Year - First Semester
မ ၁၀၀၁ Myanmar
Eng 1001 English
Chem 1101 Foundamental Chemistry I
Phys 1001 General Physics I
Math 1001 Mathematics I
AM 1001 Aspects of Myanmar ( ျမန္မာ့ေရးရာ)
First Year - Second Semester
မ ၁၀၀၂ Myanmar
Eng 1002 English
Chem 1102 Foundamental Chemistry II
Phys 1002 General Physics II
Math 1003 Mathematics II
AM 1002 Aspects of Myanmar (ျမန္မာ့ေရးရာ)

Second Year - First Semester
Eng 2001 English
Chem 2101 Inorganic Chemistry I
Chem 2102 Physical Chemistry I
Chem 2103 Organic Chemistry I
Chem 2104 Chemistry in Society
Phys 2003 Electric and Magnetic Fields
Second Year - Second Semester
Eng 2002 English
Chem 2106 Inorganic Chemistry II
Chem 2107 Physical Chemistry II
Chem 2108 Organic Chemistry II
Chem 2109 Water Chemistry
Phys 2004 Thermal Physics

Third Year - First Semester
Eng 3001 English
Chem 3101 Inorganic Chemistry III
Chem 3102 Physical Chemistry III
Chem 3103 Organic Chemistry III
Chem 3104 Analytical Chemistry I
Chem 3105 Biochemistry
Third Year - Second Semester
Eng 3002 English
Chem 3107 Inorganic Chemistry IV
Chem 3108 Physical Chemistry IV
Chem 3109 Organic Chemistry IV
Chem 3110 Analytical Chemistry II
Chem 3111 Environmental Chemistry

Fourth Year - First Semester
Eng 4001 English
Chem 4101 Inorganic Chemistry V
Chem 4102 Physical Chemistry V
Chem 4103 Organic Chemistry V
Chem 4104 Analytical Chemistry III
Chem 4105 Research Methodology
Fourth Year - Second Semester
Eng 4002 English
Chem 4107 Inorganic Chemistry VI
Chem 4108 Physical Chemistry VI
Chem 4109 Organic Chemistry VI
Chem 4110 Analytical Chemistry IV
Chem 4111 Introduction to Nanoscience


PRINTED MATERIALS

In distance education the central role, needless to say, is played by printed study materials, mainly textbooks and study guides. All necessary textbooks and study guides are handed over or sent to the students once they have duly registered and paid up the tuition fees. These textbooks and study guides are prepared and written by the professors and lecturers who are experts in their respective fields, of study.

FIRST YEAR 2018
SrNo. Module No. Text Books Code Study Guides Code
1
မ ၁၀၀၁ ျမန္မာစာ 1 ျမန္မာစာ 1
မ ၁၀၀၂ 2
2
Eng 1001 English 9
English 6
Eng 1002
3
Chem 1101 Foundamental Chemistry I 27 Foundamental Chemistry I 22
Chem 1102 Foundamental Chemistry II Foundamental Chemistry II
4
Elective I
Phys 1001
General Physics I 28
General Physics I 23
Phys 1002 General Physics II General Physics II
5
Elective II
Math 1001
Mathematics I 30 Mathematics I 25
Math 1003 Mathematics II Mathematics II
6
AM 1001 Aspects of Myanmar (ျမန္မာ့ေရးရာ) 3 Aspects of Myanmar (ျမန္မာ့ေရးရာ) 2
AM 1002

SECOND YEAR 2018
SrNo. Module No. Text Books Code Study Guides Code
1
Eng 2001 English 7 English 6
Eng 2002
2
Chem 2101 Inorganic Chemistry I 40 Inorganic Chemistry I 35
Chem 2106 Inorganic Chemistry II Inorganic Chemistry II
3
Chem 2102 Physical Chemistry I 41 Physical Chemistry I 36
Chem 2107 Physical Chemistry II Physical Chemistry II
4
Chem 2103 Organic Chemistry I 42 Organic Chemistry I 37
Chem 2108 Organic Chemistry II Organic Chemistry II
5
Elective I
Chem 2104
Chemistry in Society 43 Chemistry in Society 38
Chem 2109 Water Chemistry Water Chemistry
6
Elective II
Phys 2003
Electric and Magnetic Fields 44 Electric and Magnetic Fields 39
Phys 2004 Thermal Physics Thermal Physics

THIRD YEAR 2018
SrNo. Module No. Text Books Code Study Guides Code
1
Eng 3001 English 8 English 7
Eng 3002
2
Chem 3101 Inorganic Chemistry III 45 Inorganic Chemistry III 39
Chem 3107 Inorganic Chemistry IV Inorganic Chemistry IV
3
Chem 3102 Physical Chemistry III 46 Physical Chemistry III 40
Chem 3108 Physical Chemistry IV Physical Chemistry IV
4
Chem 3103 Organic Chemistry III 47 Organic Chemistry III 41
Chem 3109 Organic Chemistry IV Organic Chemistry IV
5
Chem 3104 Analytical Chemistry I 48 Analytical Chemistry I 42
Chem 3110 Analytical Chemistry II Analytical Chemistry II
6
Chem 3105 Biochemistry 49 Biochemistry 43
Chem 3111 Environmental Chemistry Environmental Chemistry

FOURTH YEAR 2018
SrNo. Module No. Text Books Code Study Guides Code
1
Eng 4001 English 17 English 17
Eng 4002
2
Chem 4101 Inorganic Chemistry V 49 Inorganic Chemistry V 49
Chem 4107 Inorganic Chemistry VI
Inorganic Chemistry VI
3
Chem 4102 Physical Chemistry V 50 Physical Chemistry V 50
Chem 4108 Physical Chemistry VI Physical Chemistry VI
4
Chem 4103 Organic Chemistry V 51 Organic Chemistry V 51
Chem 4109 Organic Chemistry VI Organic Chemistry VI
5
Chem 4104 Analytical Chemistry III 52
Analytical Chemistry III 52
Chem 4110 Analytical Chemistry IV Analytical Chemistry IV
6
Chem 4105 Research Methodology
53
Research Methodology 53
Chem 4111 Introduction to Nanoscience
Introduction to Nanoscience


AUDIO - VISUAL

MP3 & Television

Broadcasting of Radio lecturers and Cassttes Tapes are another medium of instructions. Since the broadcasting programmes are printed and made well known in advance, the students are advised to read the relevant texts preparatory to listening to broadcast lessons.

SrNo.
Title
Script Writer /Boroadcaster
1
Stability of Isotopes Dr. Thazin Lwin (Professor/Head)
2
Symmetry and Point Groups (Part A and Part B) Dr. Thazin Lwin (Professor/Head)
3

Toxicological Effects of Mercury Compounds (Part A and Part B)

Dr. Thazin Lwin (Professor/Head)
4
Toxi .... Arsenic Com.. (P..A, B)
Dr. Thazin Lwin (Professor/Head)
5
Basic Concepts of Nanoscience
Dr. Thazin Lwin (Professor/Head)
6
Chemistry of Food Dr. Tun Aung(Associate Professor)
7
Chemistry in Medicine, Household Product,Textile and Building Materials Dr. Tun Aung(Associate Professor)
8
The Water Molecule Dr. Tun Aung(Associate Professor)
9
Complex Formation Equilibrium Dr. Tun Aung(Associate Professor)
10
Chemistry in Textile and Chemistry of Building Material Dr. Tun Aung(Associate Professor)
11

Stereochemistry (Part A and Part B)

Dr. Aye Aye Naing(Associate Professor)
12
Nucleophilic Substitution and Elimination ReactionDr. Aye Aye Naing(Associate Professor)
13
Air Pollution (Part A and Part B)Dr. Aye Aye Naing(Associate Professor)
14
Water PollutionDr. Aye Aye Naing(Associate Professor)
15
Surface Chemistry and Surface ThermodynamicsDr. Tin Ma Ma Pyone (Associate Professor)
16

Research Design


Dr. Tin Ma Ma Pyone (Associate Professor)
17
Quantum Chemistry IDr. Tin Ma Ma Pyone (Associate Professor)
18
Data Collection and AnalysisDr. Tin Ma Ma Pyone (Associate Professor)
19
Chemical BondsDr. Nyi Nyi (Lecturer)
20
The Electronic Structures of Atoms, Periodic properties and Chemical BondsDr. Nyi Nyi (Lecturer)
21
The Properties of Gases and SolutionsDr. Nyi Nyi (Lecturer)
22
Structures of Ionic CompoundsU Aung Kyaw Min (Demonstrator)
23
Precipitation Titration
Dr. Ohmar Ko (Lecturer)
24
Actinide ElementsDr. Nwe Ni Win (Demonstrator)
25
Report Writing and PresentationDr. Khin Hsan Wai (Demonstrator)
26
Electronic Absorption Spectra of ComplexesDr. Thazin Win (Demonstrator)
27
Complex Formation EquilibriumDaw Htet Htet Than Sein (Demonstrator)
28
CarbohydrateDaw Nwe Nwe Win (Demonstrator)
29
Molecular GeneticsU Aung Kyaw Min (Demonstrator)
30
Acid-base Equilibria and TitrationDaw Chan Myaw (Demonstrator)


TELEVISION PROGRAMMES

TV BROADCASTED IN 2018 - First Year
SrNo. Subject Specialization Lesson Name Broadcaster
1
Chem-1002

The Properties of Solutions Dr.Ohnmar Ko (Lecturer)
2
Chem-1102 Chemical Bonds
Dr.Nyi Nyi (Lecturer)
TV BROADCASTED IN 2018 - Second Year
1
Chem-2101 Molecular Orbitals in Chemical Bonding
Daw Thuzar Win(Lecturer)
2
Chem-2103 Polyfunctional Compounds
Dr. Aye Mi Mi Htwe (Associate Professor)
3
Chem-2108 Natural Products and Heterocyclic Compounds
Dr. Aye Mi Mi Htwe (Associate Professor)
4
Chem-2108 Carbonhydrates Dr. Aye Mi Mi Htwe (Associate Professor)
5
Chem-2110 Water Treatment Process and Wastewater Processing and Water Pollution Dr. Tun Aung (Associate Professor)




TV BROADCASTED IN 2018 - Third Year
1
Chem-3105 Molecular Genetics
Dr. Aye Aye Naing (Associate Professor)
2
Chem-3111 Air Pollution (Part A and Part B) Dr. Aye Aye Naing (Associate Professor)
3
Chem-3109 Amino Acids, Peptides, Proteins and Nucleic Acids Dr. Aye Mi Mi Htwe (Associate Professor)
4
Chem-3104 Precipitation Titration Dr. Ohnmar Ko (Lecturer)
5
Chem-3110 Acid-Base Equilibria in Oxidation Reduction Systems Dr. Ohnmar Ko (Lecturer)




TV BROADCASTED IN 2018 - Fourth Year
1
Chem-4107 Actinides Elements
Dr. Thazin Lwin (Professor/Head)
2
Chem-4107 Electronic Absorption Spectra of Complexes
Dr. Thazin Lwin (Professor/Head)
3
Chem-4108 Quantum Chemistry II
Daw Thida Lwin (Lecturer)
4
Chem-4111 Basic Techniques for Fabrication of Nano MaterialsDr. Thazin Lwin (Professor/Head)
5
Chem-4111 Applications of Nanomaterials
Dr. Thazin Lwin (Professor/Head)
6
Chem-4110 Complexes Formation Equilibrium
Dr.Tun Aung(Associate Professor)
7
Chem-4109 Nucleophilic Addition to Carbonyl Group (Aldehydes and Ketones)
Dr. Aye Aye Naing(Associate Professor)
8
Chem-4105 Data Collection and Analysis
Dr. Tin Ma Ma Pyone(Associate Professor)
9
Chem-4105 Report Writing and Presentation
Dr. Tin Ma Ma Pyone(Associate Professor)
10
Chem-4108 Quantum Chemistry IIDaw Thida Lwin (Lecturer)






DATA BROADCASTING SYSTEM

To improve all spheres of higher learning namely teaching methods, subjects offered, modern teaching aids, physical facilities of the institutions of higher learning, e-Education Learning Centres have been set up at universities, degree colleges, colleges and some state high schools and the following equipments are provided to have access to electronic data broadcasting system via satellite

Learning Centres the UDE students are able to receive words, sound and color pictures broadcast from the Resource Centre of UDE which is situated in Myanmar Education Research Bureau through Satellite Data Broadcasting System and discussions can be made directly. Lectures, academic subjects and technological subjects can be easily learn through computer servers kept at these learning centres, television and satellite. The e-Education Learning Centre existing at state high schools are under the respective regional centre of UDE, and are normally function on weekends and weekday evenings.

With the building and use of electronic data broadcasting system, e-Education system has been successfully integrated into Myanmar education system.


ACTIVITIES


CONTACT

Department of Chemistry

Yangon University of Distance Education,  (47) A Inya Road, Kamaryut Township, Yangon, Myanmar
YUDE Campus, Building(19)
(951) 512865
(951-01-2304296) (951-01-537411-13, Ext.117), (951-09-421123899)
yuderector@mptmail.net.mm, tzl2013.tt@gmail.com
Last modified: Wednesday, 25 April 2018, 2:54 PM