• Faculty of Chemistry AMU
    Faculty of Chemistry AMU

    The Faculty of Chemistry is one of the fifteen faculties of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.

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Semester-by-semester program

Master of Science in Chemistry

The program below contains the number of hours of courses and ECTS credits that are required for graduation.

No.

Type of course

Lecture

Classes

Seminar

Laboratory

Exam 

ECTS 

Year 1st - semester I  

1.

Chemical technology

15

 15

30

exam

6

2.

Inorganic chemistry

15

45

exam

5

3.

Organic chemistry

20

15 

40

exam

7

4.

X-Ray structure analysis

15

30

exam

5

5.

Social-humanizing classes

15

credit with a grade

5

6.

English/Polish in chemistry

30

credit with a grade

2

Σ semester I

95

0

15

175

30

Year 1st - Semester II  

1.

Analytical chemistry

15

60

exam

6

2.

Physical chemistry 

15

30

exam

5

3.

Theoretical chemistry 

15

45

exam

6

4.

English/Polish in chemistry

30

exam

2

5.

Optional course1

15

30

credit with a grade

5

6.

Monographic lecture2

15

credit with a grade

2

7.

Master seminar

30

credit with a grade

5

Σ semester II

90

45

30

165

30

Σ First Year

185

45

45

340

60

Year 2nd - Semester III  

1.

Master seminar

30

credit with a grade

5

2.

Master laboratory

200

credit with a grade

18

3.

Optional course1

15

30

credit with a grade

5

4.

Monographic lecture2

15

credit with a grade

2

Σ semester III

30

0

30

230

30

Year 2nd - Semester IV  

1.

Master seminar

30

credit with a grade

5

2.

Monographic lecture 

15

credit with a grade

2

3.

Master laboratory

170

credit with a grade

20

4.

Studies for the final exam

3

Σ semester IV

15

0

30

170

30

Σ Second Year

45

0

60

400

60

Σ 

230

45

105

740

120

 

 

¹ Optional courses:

  • Preparation and Aplication of Colloids (prof. B. Tylkowski CTQC Spain)
  • Radiolabelled compounds for diagnosis and  cancer therapy  (prof. K. Ogawa Kazazawa Uniwersity Japan)
  • Phase Diagrams as a powerful tool for understanding materials properties (prof. S. Delsante, Genova University, Italy)
  • Detection of Anti-doping compounds (prof. D. Jardines Garcia, Rome, Italy)
  • Analysis of cosmetic products (prof. I. Nowak)
  • Luminesence of lanthanid systems. Applications in chemistry and biology (prof. S. Lis)
  • Heterogeneous Catalysis (prof. M. Ziółek)

 

² Monographic lectures:

  • Clinical chemistry, mainly diagnostic imaging (CT, MRI, US, and PET/SPECT) (prof. K. Ogawa Kazazawa Uniwersity Japan)
  • Microcapsulation (prof. B. Tylkowski CTQC Spain)
  • Materials Characterisation Techniques (prof. S. Delsante, Genova University, Italy)
  • Anti-doping aspect in Chemistry (prof. D. Jardines Garcia, Rome, Italy)
  • Nucleic acids biotechnology techniques (prof. Donata Pluskota-Karwatka)
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis (prof. M. Krysmann, University of Central Lancashire, UK)

 

 

Contact:

Iwona Gulaczyk, Ph.D.
Phone: +48 61 829 1595
e-mail: gulai@amu.edu.pl

 

Address:

Faculty of Chemistry
Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
ul. Umultowska 89b, 61-614 Poznań
POLAND

Phone: +48 61 829 1553
Fax: +48 61 829 1555

Faculty website: http://www.chemia.amu.edu.pl