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1st August 2017, 02:09 PM
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Re: The Institute of Chemical Technology Prague

There is University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague. There is no Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague.

The Faculty of Chemical Technology offers several Programs in Chemical Technology discipline.

Departments under Faculty of Chemical Technology

Department of Inorganic Chemistry
Department of Metals and Corrosion Engineering
Department of Glass and Ceramics
Department of Organic Technology
Department of Polymers
Laboratory of Inorganic Materials
Department of Chemical Technology of Monument Conservation
Department of Inorganic Technology
Department of Organic Chemistry
Department of Solid State Chemistry
Laboratory of Informatics and Chemistry
Department of Solid State Engineering

Bachelor Programs by Faculty of Chemical Technology

Applied Chemistry and Materials
Drug Synthesis and Production
Chemistry and Chemical Technologies
Chemistry and Applied Ecology
Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage Objects: Works of Arts and Crafts

Chemistry and Materials - Bachelor Study Sub-Programme:

Study Language English
Duration 3 years
Form of study full time
Place of study Praha
Capacity 10 students
Study Programme Chemistry and Technology (code B2843)
Study sub-programme code 2808R030
Suggested subsequent study in sub-programmes Chemistry of Materials

Chemistry and Technology - Bachelor Study Sub-Programme:

Study Language English
Duration 3 years
Form of study full time
Place of study Praha
Capacity None students
Study Programme Chemistry and Technology (code B2843)
Study sub-programme code 2801R026

Curriculum:
YEAR I
Winter Semester
Mandatory Subjects
S101002 Chemical Calculation
S101005 General and Inorganic Chemistry I
S111009 Toxicology and Ecology
S320016 Biology I
S413022 Mathematics I

Elective Subjects ( choose at least 1 subject from this group )
S437005 Enterprise Economics
S445001 Applications of Computer Science

Summer Semester
Mandatory Subjects
S101003 Inorganic Chemistry: Laboratory I
S110004 Organic Chemistry I
S320015 Biology: Laboratory
S444001 Physics I

Elective Subjects ( choose at least 2 subject from this group )
S101006 General and Inorganic Chemistry II
S240010 Ecology
S319001 Biology of the Cell
S413003 Mathematics II
S413004 Applied Statistics

Year II
Winter Semester
Mandatory Subjects
S110002 Organic Chemistry: Laboratory I
S320001 Biochemistry I
S403011 Physical Chemistry I
S444003 Physics: Laboratory

Elective Subjects ( choose at least 2 subject from this group )
S105004 Fundamentals of Chemical Technologies
S108004 Introduction to Study of Materials
S110005 Organic Chemistry II
S111024 Fundamentals of Pharmacology
S218026 Alternative Energy Sources I
S320081 Molecular genetics and DNA analysis
S323001 Food Chemistry
S413005 Numerical Methods
S444006 Physics II

Summer Semester:
Mandatory Subjects
S320014 Biochemistry: Laboratory
S402002 Analytical Chemistry I
S403013 Physical Chemistry: Laboratory I
S409002 Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering I
Elective Subjects ( choose at least 3 subject from this group )
S110026 Fundamentals of Chemistry of Pharmaceuticals
S112003 Macromolecular Chemistry
S319004 Trends in Biotechnologies
S320009 Microbiology
S403014 Physical Chemistry II

University of Chemistry and Technology Prague Bachelor Program in Chemical Technology Curriculum:





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