The academic education obtained within this study program should allow mastering the majority of the theoretical principles from modern biochemistry and similar disciplines, and enabling the graduate student to apply them independently in the practice. The graduates will be capable to organize and manage smaller projects in biochemical laboratories, showing independence in their work. The teaching contents of this study program ensure a solid preparation of the graduates to organize the work in specialized scientific research laboratories in the area of biochemistry and chemistry, but also to enable professionals prepared for the independent work in wide range of existing biochemical, research and development or quality control laboratories, as well as laboratories which will be formed depending on the needs of the pharmaceutical, food and chemical industries.

After completing the one-year study and earning 60 ESTC credits, the student obtains the title Master of Science in Biochemistry, and is able to independently collect, evaluate and interpret relevant information in the field of biochemistry and chemistry, as well as to apply obtained knowledge in the practice. Graduated student is able to: independently create scientifically based arguments and conclusions, considering scientific, social and ethical values; understand work tasks and define the problem argumentatively, find and realize the appropriate solution to the problem; organize team work and exchange ideas and information with other professional team members.

The Curriculum

A Distribution of the Courses into Semesters and Academic Years