Characterisation of the study
Chemistry is closely linked to other natural sciences (physics, biology, mathematics). Due to interdisciplinary approach chemistry enhances the possibility of accurate and comprehensive view on processes in the nature. Bachelor degree course in Chemistry (double-subject study) is designed as part of a multidisciplinary study and can be combined with similar courses at the Faculty of Science (biology, physics, geography, mathematics, computer science) and at other faculties of the University of Ostrava. It is focused on training graduates who are familiar with all fundamental chemical disciplines in theoretical, practical and skill levels. Based on own preferences and interests, graduates will able to specialize in any field of following Master degree programs.
The content of study program (fully compatible with similar bachelor degree program offered by other universities) provides the opportunity of continuation of the study in master degrees at other universities. In the standard three-year length of study students pass dual level lecture courses of basic chemical disciplines, accompanied by relevant seminars and laboratory practices. According to their future orientation, students can study other optional subjects.
Successful graduation of bachelor study program is conditioned of making and defending the thesis and passing the state exam. Bachelor program study plans for multidisciplinary studies are designed to allow three different outputs:
1. Educational focus: Graduate knows bases of two disciplines that are a preliminary stage of the two approbation subjects in a following study of teaching for primary, respectively for secondary schools.
2. Specialization focus: Graduate knows bases of two disciplines that are a preliminary stage of study in a following study of specialization.
3. Practical focus: Graduate knows the basics of the two disciplines. His excellent knowledge in working with the information, skills in information and communication technologies, including presentation and professional language skills are a prerequisite for a good career options in practice.
Character of graduate’s profile
The aim of the Chemistry bachelor study (double subject course) is to prepare university educated professionals who have an overview of the all basic chemical disciplines (general chemistry, physical chemistry, inorganic and organic chemistry, biochemistry and analytical chemistry), and who are ready to study more complex chemical, or to study teaching specialization during the master degree at the University of Ostrava and at other universities in the country. The graduate has abilities for direct entry to practice.
|OBCH1||DCH||General Chemistry 1||4||1||WS||2+0+0||Ex|
|OBEC2||DCH||General Chemistry 2||4||1||SS||2+0+0||Ex|
|ANOC1||DCH||Inorganic Chemistry 1||4||1||SS||2+0+0||Ex|
|PRAN4||DCH||Preparative Inorganic Chemistry||4||1||SS||0+4+0||Cr|
|ANCH2||DCH||Inorganic Chemistry 2||4||2||WS||2+0+0||Ex|
|FCHE1||DCH||Physical Chemistry 1||4||2||WS||2+0+0||Ex|
|MFCH4||DCH||Methods of Physical Chemistry||4||2||WS||0+4+0||Cr|
|ORGC1||DCH||Organic Chemistry 1||4||2||SS||2+0+0||Ex|
|FYCH2||DCH||Physical Chemistry 2||4||2||SS||2+0+0||Ex|
|PROC4||DCH||Preparative Organic Chemistry||4||2||SS||0+4+0||Cr|
|ZANCH||DCH||The Basics of Analytical Chemistry||2||2||SS||1+0+1||Ex|
|LCACH||DCH||The Laboratory Practice of Analytical Chemistry||2||2||SS||0+2+0||Cr|
|OBBC2||DCH||Discussion of Bachelor Theses||0||3||WS/SS||0+0+0||Ftd|
|ORCH2||DCH||Organic Chemistry 2||4||3||WS||2+0+0||Ex|
|ZABIO||DCH||The Basics of Biochemistry||2||3||WS||1+0+1||Ex|
|LCBIO||DCH||The Laboratory Practice of Biochemistry||2||3||WS||0+2+0||Cr|
|Mandatory optional B|
|SOBC1||DCH||Seminar – General Chemistry 1||2||1||WS||0+0+2||Cr|
|MACH1||DCH||Mathematics for Chemists 1||4||1||WS||1+0+2||Cr|
|SZSCH||DCH||Compendious Bases of Secondary-School Chemistry||2||1||WS||1+1+0||Cr|
|ZPDAT||DCH||Basic Analysis of Experimental Data||2||1||SS||1+0+1||Cr|
|SOBC2||DCH||Seminar – General Chemistry 2||1||1||SS||0+0+1||Cr|
|SANC1||DCH||Seminar – Inorganic Chemistry 1||2||1||SS||0+0+2||Cr|
|USOLI||DCH||Introduction to the Study of Specialist Literature||2||1||SS||1+0+1||Cr|
|MACH2||DCH||Mathematics for Chemists 2||4||1||SS||1+0+2||Ex|
|ZAMEC||DCH||General Measurements in the Chemical Laboratory||2||1||LS||2+0+0||Ex|
|VFCHE||DCH||Calculation in Physical Chemistry||2||2||WS||0+0+2||Cr|
|SANC2||DCH||Seminar – Inorganic Chemistry 2||1||2||WS||0+0+1||Cr|
|SFYC1||DCH||Seminar – Physical Chemistry 1||2||2||WS||0+0+2||Cr|
|SORC1||DCH||Seminar – Organic Chemistry 1||2||2||SS||0+0+2||Cr|
|SFYC2||DCH||Seminar – Physical Chemistry 2||1||2||SS||0+0+1||Cr|
|KOVPR||DCH||Communication in Practice||3||2||SS||2+0+0||Cr|
|SPRCH||DCH||Seminar – Industrial Chemistry||1||3||WS||0+0+1||Cr|
|SORC2||DCH||Seminar – Organic Chemistry 2||1||3||WS||0+0+1||Cr|
|HISCH||DCH||History of Chemistry||3||1||WS||1+0+1||Cr|
|VPCHV||DCH||Selected Issues in Chemical Calculations||2||1||WS||0+0+2||Cr|
|ANGC1||IFL||English for Specific Purposes 1||2||2||WS||0+2+0||Cr|
|ANGC2||IFL||English for Specific Purposes 2||2||2||SS||0+2+0||Cr|