Chemistry, full time 2 year programme leading to Master's Degree (English programme) (S2-CH-ANG)
(in Polish: Chemia, stacjonarne, drugiego stopnia (w języku angielskim))
second cycle programme
full-time, 2-year studies
Studies are conducted in English.
Second-cycle studies in the field of Chemistry, conducted in the English take place within six specializations: physicochemistry of new materials, theoretical chemistry, organic synthesis, chemical technology, bio- and environmental analysis or crystallography. After the first semester, students should choose a specialization. Tutor of the given field will present the possibilities of master's projects and their supervisors. The tutor with a student are develop an individual program of study in the field of selected discipline. During the second-cycle studies, the student must pass no less than 1000 hours as well as 120 ECTS.
A graduate of the second-cycle studies of Chemistry:
The graduate has the opportunity to undertake further education at PhD studies at home or abroad.
A graduate interested in professional work can apply for employment in industrial and research laboratories with chemical or related profiles, in scientific publishers, etc.
Access to further studies:
1. Have a firm knowledge on the role of chemistry in science and the importance of chemistry for development of humankind.
2. Know, understand and be able to explain the mathematical descriptions of basic chemical processes and phenomena.
3. Be able to apply appropriate methods and to use modern instrumental techniques to solve problems in their particular area of specialization.
4. Be able to critically analyze the results of their experiments and to discuss the possible errors and the uncertainty of the measurements.
5. Have advanced chemical knowledge and the skills enabling them to use the modern library search tools to locate, retrieve and assess the sound scientific information.
6. Be able to present the results of their work in the form of a presentation or a thesis that include a description of their research goal, applied methodology and the critical discussion of the final results in comparison to other research in the field.
7. Be skilled at efficient work organization, both individually and in a group, in order to realize projects and critically assess the research progress.
8. Be able to construct opinions on the professional issues and to argue for them both among chemists and non-chemists and both in Polish and a foreign language.