Beginners don't need to devote an entire session to just chest or just shoulders. Even a lot of pros train another body part with them such as biceps, triceps or often chest /shoulders together like how John Meadows does.
Consider using Dumbbells on one of your bench press variations. It adds a different stimulus to a barbell.
I would advise changing your rep ranges depending on the exercise and actually having a range rather then just a set number. 8 reps is too many for deadlifts. Your form will be woeful. Change that to 3-5 reps. Leg press on the other hand could be 10-12 .
You have a 5 way split yet you don't have any leg curls or calf raises.
When writing out a program always distinguish whether it is barbell, dumbbell, machine etc.... . In this instance for your second overhead lift I would do a seated dumbbell press or a seated machine press for a different stimulus to the barbell but then again a beginner probably doesn't need to do two overhead press variations. Oh and for clean and press lower the reps to say 3-5.
Don't do biceps curls on back day if you are training arms the following day. I wouldn't do chin ups on arm day either as you did pullups the day before for back. Do dumbbell seated incline curls instead 8-10 reps.
Overall I wouldn't advise you on running this program. I hope you can now see some of the issues with it and the ones I listed are just the really obvious ones.