Faculty of Materiel Science and Applied Chemistry
The programme is designed to prepare students for independent planning and organizing the scientific research process and also academical work in future.
Study program trains specialists for enterprises dealing with processing and manufacturing chemistry, biotechnology and pharmaceutical products, food, cosmetics, fuel, wood, ceramics, textile and building materials, as well as specialists for corresponding research and quality control laboratories, research institutions and commercial companies.
Education in chemical engineering let to work in enterprises of different branches, where specialists in engineering sciences – who can manage chemical processes, can ensure quality, are capable to develop new methods and equipment, are able to create, to design and to introduce new innovative technologies-are needed. Such knowledge is necessary to work in testing, quality control and research laboratories of different products and materials.
Specialist in chemical engineering elaborates corresponding methods, equipment and technologies to implement, to organize and to ensure realization and management of chemical processes.
Such specialist designs projects of production units, technological lines and automatization of processes, elaborates management and monitoring methods of processes, as well as methods of quality control and conformity evaluation of products and materials, sets up measures for occupational safety and environmental protection, appraises production risks and makes responsible decisions; such specialist analyzes, evaluates, creates, spreads and implements in practice processes and technologies, as well as methods of quality management and improvement in order to promote technological development of enterprise, to increase effectiveness and quality of operation and to guarantee occupational safety.
Graduate can work at any enterprise dealing with realization of chemical or biotechnological processes, at research, testing and quality control laboratories, which are engaged in elaboration or quality control of new technologies, materials and products.
|Degree required:||Master of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Master of Chemistry|
|Degree awarded:||Doctor of Science in Chemistry|
|Academic volume:||192 CP / 288 ECTS|
|Duration:||4 years (full-time)|
|Faculty:||Material Science and Applied Chemistry|
A Compulsory courses 15.0 CP / 22.5 ECTS
|ĶOĶ625||Advanced Organic Chemistry||5.0||7.5|
|ĶVĶ676||Advanced Physical Chemistry||5.0||7.5|
|ĶNF610||Advanced Analytical Chemistry||5.0||7.5|
B Compulsory elective study courses 21 CP/31.5 ECTS
B1 Field-specific study course 21 CP/31.5 ECTS
|ĶOĶ624||Contemporary synthesis methods||8.0||12.0|
|ĶOĶ637||Stereo selective Synthesis||8.0||12.0|
|ĶOS601||Medicinal Chemistry (selected chapters)||7.0||10.5|
|ĶOS602||Hetero cyclic Chemistry (selected chapters)||7.0||10.5|
|ĶOĶ621||Physical Methods of the Investigation of Organic Compounds||8.0||12.0|
|ĶNF601||Theoretical Analytical Chemistry||8.0||12.0|
|ĶNF602||Selected Section of Instrumental Analytical Chemistry||7.0||10.5|
|ĶNF603||Metrology in the Analytical Chemistry||8.0||12.0|
|ĶNF604||Analytical Chemistry of Objects||8.0||12.0|
|ĶNF606||Provision of Quality in the Analytical Chemistry||7.0||10.5|
|ĶNF605||Organics Complexion Reagents||7.0||10.5|
|ĶNF673||Kinetics of Chemical Processes||10.0||15.0|
|ĶNF684||Kinetics and Catalysis||10.0||15.0|
|ĶNF686||Physical Chemistry II||15.0||22.5|
|ĶNF675||Kinetics of Electrode Processes||5.0||7.5|
|ĶVĶ614||Specialized Research Seminars||6.0||9.0|
|ĶOS614||Specialized Research Seminars||6.0||9.0|
C Free elective study courses 6.0 CP/9.0 ECTS
E Final examination 150 CP/225.0 ECTS