Chemistry and Chemical Technologies
Original title in Czech: Chemie a chemické technologieFaculty: FCHAbbreviation: BPCP_CHCHTAcad. year: 2018/2019Level of course unit: Bachelor's
Title awarded: Bc.
Level of qualification: Bachelor's (1st cycle)
Qualification awarded: Bc. in the field "Chemistry and Chemical Technologies"
Specific admission requirements
Condition for admitting is a completed secondary education.
Key learning outcomes
Graduates acquire basic knowledge and skills including laboratory working skills in the field of technical chemistry with the focus on inorganic, organic, physical and analytical chemistry, and chemical engineering. The above chemistry foundations represent a base for further specialization. Students develop laboratory working skills to advanced level which enables their independent fulfilment of assigned tasks. Graduates are also familiar with the use of modern information technologies in chemical industry (e.g. in technological regulations, calculations, statistical processing and graphical representation and databases) and other related fields like logistics and trade.
Access to further studies
The graduates may continue in a master's study programme.
Examination regulations, assessment and grading
bachelor's thesis, final state examination
Mode of study
ECTS departmental co-ordinator
Branch (course list with ECTS credits)
|Year||Branch||Course structure diagram with credits|
|1||BPCO_CHTOZP||Chemistry and Technology of Environmental Protection||58||2||60|
|1||BPCO_CHMN||Chemistry for Medical Applications||56||4||60|
|1||BPCO_CHM||Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials||58||2||60|
|2||BPCO_CHTOZP||Chemistry and Technology of Environmental Protection||60||0||60|
|2||BPCO_CHMN||Chemistry for Medical Applications||57||3||60|
|2||BPCO_CHM||Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials||60||0||60|
|3||BPCO_CHTOZP||Chemistry and Technology of Environmental Protection||43||17||60|
|3||BPCO_CHMN||Chemistry for Medical Applications||48||12||60|
|3||BPCO_CHM||Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials||43||17||60|