study programme

Consumer Chemistry

Original title in Czech: Spotřební chemieFCHAbbreviation: NPCP_SCHAcad. year: 2017/2018Level of course unit: Master's

Title awarded: Ing.

Level of qualification: Master's (2nd cycle)

Qualification awarded: Ing. in the field "Consumer Chemistry"

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

Professionally oriented.
Consumer chemistry is a progressive study specialization that reflects contemporary situation of chemical industry and related technologies and their potential development not only in the Moravian regions but also in the whole Czech Republic. The curriculum is based on the complex of applied physical chemistry disciplines including e.g. also photochemistry, plasma chemistry and rheology. The above overall knowledge is extended in specialized courses with accent on main disciplines of consumer chemistry industry: application of colloid chemistry, special biopolymer and polymer materials. The application of theoretical knowledge is taught in courses discussing several consumer chemistry technologies: paper, print and cellulose technology, textile, surface treatment, and photography.

Key learning outcomes

The curriculum is based on the complex of applied physical chemistry disciplines including e.g. also photochemistry, plasma chemistry and rheology. The above overall knowledge is extended in specialized courses with accent on main disciplines of consumer chemistry industry: application of colloid chemistry, special biopolymer and polymer materials. The application of theoretical knowledge is taught in courses discussing several consumer chemistry technologies: paper, print and cellulose technology, textile, surface treatment, and photography.

Access to further studies

The graduates may continue in a doctoral study programme.

Examination regulations, assessment and grading

Graduation requirements

diploma thesis, final state examination

Mode of study

full-time study

Programme supervisor

ECTS departmental co-ordinator

Branches (course structure diagrams with ECTS credits)

Year Branch Course structure diagram with credits
no. Abbr. Title (specialisation) Com. Opt. Tot.
 
 Com.  
 
 Opt.
1NPCO_SCHConsumer Chemistry322860
2NPCO_SCHConsumer Chemistry481260