Chemistry and Technology of Environmental Protection
Original title in Czech: Chemie a technologie ochrany životního prostředíFaculty: FCHAbbreviation: NKCP_CHTOZPAcad. year: 2017/2018
Type of study programme: Master's
Study programme code: N2805
Degree awarded: Ing.
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.
Key learning outcomes
Graduates of the study programme Chemistry and Technology of Environmental Protection are thoroughly familiar with the fate of organic, inorganic and organometallic pollutants in the environment, both traditional and emerging. Emphasis is placed on the development and the widest possible application of the environmentally friendly technologies. Graduates know the technology of preparation of drinking water from different sources and processes of wastewater treatment (both municipal and industrial), including the latest trends in these areas. They also know the principles of waste management in compliance with the principle of maximum utilization of various types of waste, and they are familiar with the issue of rational use of renewable energy sources.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples
The graduates are supposed to work in developing industry of environmental protection and in all industrial branches in the positions of ecologists, hydraulic engineers, and specialists in air protection and waste treatment; at all levels of state and local administration in control bodies dealing with protection of environment; in laboratories focusing on chemistry and biology of environment; and also in manifold research and educational establishments aimed at protection of environment.
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
ECTS departmental co-ordinator
|Abbreviation||Title (specialisation)||Mandatory credits|
|NKCO_CHTOZP||Chemistry and Technology of Environmental Protection||109|