Specialist Training (Extended Bachelor) Programme 020101.65 “Fundamental and Applied Chemistry” (Faculty of Chemistry)

Humanitarian, Social and Economic Cycle (34-44 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Foreign language (English), Foreign language (German), Foreign language (French), Philosophy, History and Methodology of Chemistry, Economics, History, Fundamentals of Chemistry History, Pedagogics, Science of Law, Psychology, Russian Language and Language Culture.
Optional Subjects: Political Science, Sociology, Fundamentals of Ethics and Aesthetics, Social Philosophy
Mathematics and Natural Sciences Cycle (66-76 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Biotechnology, Informatics, Mathematics, Fundamentals of Biology and Ecology, Physics, Ecological Chemistry, Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Chemistry, Numerical Methods and Programming
Optional Subjects: Methods of Environment Objects Control, Discrete Mathematics, Methodology of Chemical Information Search, Crystal Chemistry, Structure of Substances
Professional Training Cycle (120-130 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Vital Functions Safety, Analytical Chemistry, High Molecular Compounds, Chemistry of Colloids, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Chemical Technology, Chemical Fundamentals of Biological Processes, Chemistry of Elements, Computers in Inorganic Chemistry, Chemistry Teaching Methodology, Labour Protection and Safety at Chemical Enterprises, Physicochemical Analysis, Chemistry of Rare Elements, Chemical Technology of Important Industrial Processes, Ecological and Analytical Monitoring
Optional Subjects: Fundamentals of Physicochemical Analysis, Industrial Ecology, Theoretical Problems of Inorganic Chemistry, Thermogravimetry, Theory of Catalysis, Physical Methods of Investigation, Modern Problems in Materials Chemistry, Physicochemical Methods of Investigation, Chemical Technology of Inorganic Substances, Chemical Technology of Organic Substances, Electrochemical Technologies, Science Intensive Low-Tonnage Chemistry
Physical Culture (2 credits)
Educational and Work Practice and Research & Development (24 credits)
Final State Certification (30 credits)
Elective Courses (10 credits)
Introduction into Profession, Innovations in Chemistry

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