A chemistry degree programme with computer science emphasis has been developed to meet many challenges in understanding and conducting various experiments in the course. The work of chemists is not limited to laboratory experiments. Computational approaches are increasingly becoming important tools in understanding molecular structure and reactivity, designing new materials, and discovering new drugs. The molecular-level understanding provided by chemistry plays an important role in interdisciplinary research to solve complex problems in medicine, energy capture and storage, advanced materials, and environmental science. Chemists find employment in education, government, and diverse industries including but not limited to pharmaceuticals, agrichemicals, consumer products, polymers, electronics, food, and biotechnology.