Chemistry Department

  • The Chemistry department is a scientific department in the college of science at the University of Raparin. It was established in 2014. It’s located in Ranya Campus of the UoR. The undergraduate programs are based on the bologna process and studied in the English Language. Students have to study for at least (4) years in 8 semesters.

    Mission

    The department attempts to provide high quality of teaching and training through quality curriculum, teaching methods, and laboratories.

    Vision

    Our department uses a high quality teaching system for our students. By teaching students theoretically and practically, we make sure that students become highly capable. We bring out the student’s hidden potentials to become active members of the society. To enable them to work independently and as a team.

    Objectives

    The department aims to prepare the students to become experts in the branches of Chemistry like organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, biochemistry, industrial chemistry, food analysis, natural products, and pharmacy, Polymer, petroleum and other advanced topics such as nanotechnology. Student centered approach is used, so that the students use their potential to become active members of the society.
  • Peshawa Hassan Mahmood

    Peshawa Hassan Mahmood

    Head of Chemistry Department
    Karukh Ali Babakir

    Karukh Ali Babakir

    Student Coordinator
    Dr. Muhamad Ahmed Wsoo

    Dr. Muhamad Ahmed Wsoo

    Head of Scientific Committee
    Tahsin Essa Muhammed

    Tahsin Essa Muhammed

    Assistant Researcher
    Hawbir Muhamad Khidir

    Hawbir Muhamad Khidir

    Assistant Researcher
  • Mr. Jawameer Rasul Hama

    Mr. Jawameer Rasul Hama

    MSc. in Anaytical Chemistry - PhD Student
    Mr. Peshang Khdir Omer

    Mr. Peshang Khdir Omer

    MSc. In Inorganic Chemistry
    Dr. Azad Salih Abdullah Krusk

    Dr. Azad Salih Abdullah Krusk

    PhD. in Soil Chemistry
    Mr. Othman Abdulrahman Hama

    Mr. Othman Abdulrahman Hama

    MSc. in Inorganic Chemistry - PhD Student
    Assist. Prof. Dr. Bnar Mahmood Ibrahim

    Assist. Prof. Dr. Bnar Mahmood Ibrahim

    PhD in Analytical Chemistry
    Assist. Prof. Dr. Dara Muhamad Aziz

    Assist. Prof. Dr. Dara Muhamad Aziz

    PhD in Organic Chemistry
    Mr. Peshawa Hassan Mahmood

    Mr. Peshawa Hassan Mahmood

    Master in Advanced Chemical Science (Physical Chemistry) - PhD Student
    Mr. Mohammed Ahmed Wsoo

    Mr. Mohammed Ahmed Wsoo

    PhD in Bioscience
    Mr. Riyadh Zendin Mawlood

    Mr. Riyadh Zendin Mawlood

    MSc. in Biochemistry - PhD Student
    Mr. Sangar Ali Hassan

    Mr. Sangar Ali Hassan

    MSc. in Organic Chemistry
    Mr. Karukh Ali Babkir

    Mr. Karukh Ali Babkir

    MSc. in Physical Chemistry
    1. Master fundamental knowledge and principles of conventional facts and theories in analytical chemistry, biochemistry, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry and physical chemistry using standard textbooks.
    2. Demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills, through writing reports and oral presentations on chemical and physical topic or published scientific work of others.
    3. Demonstrate the ability to work independently and collaborate effectively with other people in a team.
    4. Assess and manage the risks and hazards associated with chemical substances and laboratory procedures and evaluate their potential impact on the environment.
    5. Analyze and interpret experimental data, critically assess data from literature sources and extract and apply useful data from those sources.
    6. Carry out directed research, selecting appropriate topics and procedures, and presenting the results.
    7. Demonstrate time management skills, sincere, honesty, self-awareness, self-regulation, and ethical responsibility in communications and collaborations.
    8. Students are able to understand theoretical concepts of instruments that are commonly used in most chemistry fields as well as interpret and use data generated in instrumental chemical analyses.
    9. Demonstrate computer skills specific to their fields of studies, using softwares for word processing, spreadsheet calculations, database applications, graphing and curve fitting, data acquisition, instrument control.
  • Undergraduate Curriculum