Bachelor Programme 020400.62 Biology: profile “Biochemistry” (Faculty of Biology)

Humanitarian, Social and Economic Cycle (35-45 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: History, Russian language and Culture of the Oration, Foreign language (English), Culturology, Economics, Sociology, Political Science, Jurisprudence, Philosophy, Psychology and Pedagogy, Innovative Methods in Education, Methodology of the teaching of Biology.
Optional Subjects: Foreign language (second, English), Foreign language (second, German).
 
Mathematics and Natural Sciences Cycle (48-58 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Mathematics, Informatics, Modern Informational Technologies, Earth Sciences, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematical Methods in Biology.
Optional Subjects: Plant Geography, Animal Geography, Ethology, Ecology of Insects, Terrestrial Ecosystems, Freshwater Ecosystems.
 
Professional Training Cycle (95-105 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Microbiology and Virology, Botany, Zoology, Vertebrate Animals of the Urals, Human Biology, Physiology, Cell Biology, Cytology and Histology, Biology of Reproduction and Development, Genetics and Evolution, Ecology and Nature Management, Safety of Vital Functions, Bioethics, Introduction to Biotechnology Protein Biochemistry, Biochemistry of Plants and Microbes, Molecular and Biochemical Bases of the Plant Resistance, Bioenergetics.
Optional Subjects: Biochemistry of Animals and Human, Bases of Plant Biotechnology, Grand practical course “Biochemistry of Plants”, Grand practical course “Biochemistry of Animals”.
 
Physical Culture (2 credits)
 
Educational and Work Practice, fulfilment of the final Bachelor work (34-44 credits)
Educational Practice: Soil Science, Biodiversity and Ecology of the Lower (non-vascular) Plants, Biodiversity and Ecology of the Higher (vascular) Plants, Biodiversity and Ecology of the Invertebrates, Biodiversity and Ecology of the Vertebrates.
Profile practice: Practice in Biochemistry.
 
Final State Certification (6 credits)
 
Elective Courses (10 credits)
Introduction to Biology, Group designed training.

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