Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials
Original title in Czech: Chemie, technologie a vlastnosti materiálůFCHAbbreviation: NPCP_CHMAcad. year: 2017/2018Level of course unit: Master's
Title awarded: Ing.
Level of qualification: Master's (2nd cycle)
Qualification awarded: Ing. in the field "Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials"
Specific admission requirements
Essential condition for acceptance is successful completion of a bachelor study program in the fields of chemistry or chemical technology. Applicants will sit for a written entrance test in chemistry. They are given points for correct answers; a notional pass mark is applied to this examination. The applicants will be enrolled on condition of either successful passing the entrance examination or fulfilment of requirements for granting dispensation.
Profile of the programme
This branch of chemistry specializes in finding and technological use of qualified relations between structure and applicable properties of inorganic, organic and hybrid materials.
Key learning outcomes
Graduates suggest, design and control chemical processes and technologies producing technically, ecologically and medically important materials or products from oil, mineral, ore and other natural raw materials. The graduates can work in the positions of supervisors of technological processes and as managers of chemical plants producing synthetic materials, in plastics manufacture, composites and adhesives production, at surface treatment and modification of materials (electrotechnical, textile, automobile and air industries) in glass industry, manufacture of mineral reducers, cement production, pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry, in plants producing special construction materials, biopolymer processing and they can also supervise other chemical processes.
Access to further studies
The graduates may continue in a doctoral study programme.
Examination regulations, assessment and grading
diploma thesis, final state examination
Mode of study
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