STUDY PROGRAMMES                                                                                               

Institute of Organic Chemistry and Technology provides graduation in English in these study programmes:

 

Chemistry and technical chemistry, three years' bachelor study specialization in bachelor study programme B2802 Chemistry and technical chemistry - realization of bachelor work from organic chemistry. Degree Bachelor (Bc.).
Organic chemistry, two years' continuating master study specialization in master study programme N1407 Chemistry - training of students, realization of diploma work from organic chemistry. Degree Master of Science (M.Sc.).

Technology of organic specialities, two years' continuating master study specialization in master study programme N2808 Chemistry and technology of materials - training of students, realization of diploma work from chemistry of organic specialities and from organic technology. Degree Master of Science (M.Sc.).

Organic chemistry, four years' doctoral study specialization in study programme Organic chemistry - training of students, realization of Ph.D. thesis from organic chemistry. Degree Doctor (Ph.D.).

Organic technology, four years' doctoral study specialization in study programme Chemistry and chemical technologies - training of students, realization of Ph.D. thesis from organic technology. Degree Doctor (Ph.D.). 


PROFILE OF THE GRADUATE                                                                                   

Scientific profile of graduate from "Organic chemistry":

Graduates from this study branch are particularly trained for research work and for production control of special organic compounds. These graduates on the basis of their knowledge in systematic organic chemistry and physical organic chemistry, reaction kinetics and mechanisms, stereochemistry of organic reactions, basics of biochemistry and toxicology, methods of modern organic synthesis and retrosynthetic analysis, application of PC in treatment of experimental data, chemometric methods, spectral methods, relationships between structure of organic compounds and their reactivity and biological activity, and modern information technology in organic chemistry are able to find suggestions in scientific literature for further development of production of special organic compounds, carry out research work in this field, investigate the course of reactions by means of physico-chemical methods, determine the structure of reaction intermediates and products, optimize the reaction course with regard to its parameters and yield, and control the production of special organic compounds on pilot plant scale with respecting environmental aspects.
 

 

STUDY PLANS, PROGRAMMES, TOPICS                                                                                    
(Topics provided by the Institute)

 

 

study programme
ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION

   C008 Organic chemistry (1st year)

   C009 Laboratory of organic chemistry I (1st year)

 

study programme
FARMACOCHEMISTRY AND MEDICINAL MATERIALS

   C008 Organic chemistry I (1st year)

 

study programme

CHEMISTRY AND TECHNICAL CHEMISTRY

   C008 Organic chemistry (1st year)

   C009 Laboratory of organic chemistry I (1st year)

   C017 Organic technology (2nd year)

   C504 Chemical literature (2nd year)

   CD02 Organic Chemistry (2nd year)

   C511 Fundamentals or organic synthesis (3rd year)

   C826 Laboratory of organic chemistry II (3rd year)

   C840 Farmacochemistry (3rd year)

  

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CHEMICAL AND PROCESS ENGINEERING

   C712 Fundamentals of organic chemistry (2nd year) 

   C621 Laboratory of organic chemistry (2nd year)

   C504 Chemical literature (2nd year)

   CD02 Organic Chemistry (2nd year)

   C017 Organic technology (3rd year)

 

study programme
CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY OF FOODSTUFFS

   C609 Organic chemistry (1st year)

   C621 Laboratory of organic chemistry (2nd year)

   C504 Chemical literature (2nd year)

   C620 Organic chemistry (2nd year)

   CD02 Organic Chemistry (2nd year)

  

study programme
GRAPHIC ARTS AND PRINTING TECHNOLOGY

   C712 Fundamentals of organic chemistry (2nd year) 

   C621 Laboratory of organic chemistry (2nd year)

  

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SPECIAL CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROGRAMMES

   C609 Organic chemistry (1st year)

   C620 Organic chemistry (2nd year)

   C621 Laboratory of organic chemistry (2nd year) 

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study specialization ORGANIC CHEMISTRY in study programme CHEMISTRY

Graduates of the study branch Organic Chemistry are particularly trained for research work and for production control of special organic compounds.

1st year

Required topics:

   C858 Advanced physical chemistry

   C048 Experimental methods of structural research

   C059 Organic synthesis (prof. Ing. Miloš Sedlák, DrSc.)

   C909 Laboratory of organic synthesis (Ing. Pavel Drabina, Ph.D.)

   C101 Separation analytical methods

   C060 Physical organic chemistry

   C061 Advanced methods in organic synthesis

   C918 Research laboratory of specialization

   C920 Chemistry of heterocyclic compounds

Required elective topics No.1:

   C872 Inorganic chemistry

   C873 Organic chemistry

Required elective topics No.1:

   C874 Biochemistry

   C878 NMR spectroscopy of organic compounds

2. ročník

Required topics:

   C107 Statistical evaluation of experimental data 

   C115 Stereochemistry

   C116 Organometallics in organic synthesis

   C662 Scientific Communication 

   C910 Research laboratory of specialization II

   C118 Diploma work seminary

   C117 Diploma work - research laboratory

Elective topics: (for 1st and 2nd year of study programme Chemistry)

   C059 Organic Synthesis

   C662 Scientific Communication

   C060 Physical organic chemistry

   C917 Laboratory of physical methods in organic chemistry

   C920 Chemistry of heterocyclic compounds

      and next topics offered by other departments/institutes

 

Topics of state final examination - required:

   Organic synthesis

   Mechanisms of organic reactions

   Identification of organic compounds

   Physical organic chemistry

 

 

 

study specialization TECHNOLOGY OF ORGANIC SPECIALITIES

   in study programme CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY OF MATERIALS

The branch of Technology of organic specialties has been oriented to medium-scale organic specialties, such as organic dyes (their properties, synthesis, production, applications, intermediates), pharmaceuticals (their properties, synthesis, production, intermediates) and photochemistry. In the context of dyestuffs and photochemistry, it also intensively deals with photo-physics and quantum-chemical calculations at application level. From the pedagogical standpoint, deep theoretical foundations of the areas mentioned are complemented by laboratory training, where it is our aim to teach practical skills, so that a graduate should be really able to synthesise dyestuffs, pharmaceuticals and their intermediates, get well oriented over their commercial production, be able to realise photochemical reactions, analyse reaction mixtures and products. In this way, the laboratory training represents a backbone in the education of undergraduates.

1st year

Required topics:

   C103 Economy and management of chemical production

   C067 Solid state chemistry

   C068 Materials characterisation methods

   C039 Laboratory of organic synthesis and characterisation

   C059 Organic synthesis

   C069 Chemistry and technology of polymers and composites

   C091 Laboratory of specialization

Required elective topics No.1:

   C858 Advanced physical chemistry

   C883 Chemistry of filmoforming compounds

   C060 Physical organic chemistry

   C878 NMR spectroscopy of organic compounds

Required elective topics No.2:

   C925 Photochemistry

   C861 Quality, environmental, health and safety management

   C860 Safety engineering I

Required elective topics No.3:

   C891 Organic dyestuffs I

   C892 Industrial catalysis

2nd year

Required topics:

   C188 Equipments and processes in organic technology

   C185 Laboratory courses II

   C873 Organic chemistry

   C187 Diploma work seminary

   C186 Diploma work - research laboratory

Required elective topics No.4:

   C189 Organic dyestuffs II

   C190 Drug production

 

Elective topics: (for 1st and 2nd year of study programme Chemistry)

   C906 Balistics and applied balistics

   C900 Chemistry of heterocyclic compounds

   C059 Organic Synthesis

   C903 Safety engineering III

   C662 Scientific Communication

   C905 Basics of internal balistics

   C962 Fundamentals of Human Physiology

   C928 Numerical methods for transport processes

   C925 Photochemistry I

      

Topics of state final examination - required:

   Organic synthesis

   Equipments and processes in organic technology

   Organic dyes

   Drug production

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study specialization ORGANIC CHEMISTRY in study programme ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

The objective of the doctoral program "Organic Chemistry" is to educate specialists for leading positions in industry, pharmaceutical companies, synthetic laboratories, research institutes, and development departments both at private companies, universities and other governmental institutions. The PhD graduate can be characterized as a highly qualified specialist in organic chemistry, with deep theoretical background in inorganic, organic, physical and analytical chemistry, good knowledge of synthetic methodologies, kinetics methods and analytical techniques (separations, mass and NMR spectroscopy) using advanced computation approaches for data evaluation and treatment, in agreement with good laboratory practice and management. The PhD graduate is able to develop syntheses and characterizations of new organic and organometallic compounds according to the practical needs, to plan the research work and make decisions on solving complex synthetic and analytical problems and to lead a team of co-workers. Emphasis is put on the communication abilities of the graduate - he or she is trained to be able to refer on the results of his group, both as an oral presentation or as a high-level report or a standard publication in a scientific journal.

study specialization ORGANIC TECHNOLOGY in study programme CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES

It provides the theoretical and practical subjects of modern technology of organic compounds, esp. organic dyes and pigments, drugs, biologically active compounds and their intermediates. Molecular modelling, photochemistry, photo physic and basic course in quantum chemistry complement these studies which the student chooses from the very vide range of subjects offered throughout the University. The result is a highest degree that is of immediate relevance to an industry of fine chemicals manufacture, research institutes and universities.

 

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