The study program "Chemistry" within master academic studies has a workload of 60 ECTS and includes elective courses (27 ECTS), research study (13 ECTS) and the final thesis (20 ECTS). Within the elective courses students can opt for the courses which they have not taken within their undergraduate studies and/or advanced courses which build on the core courses. Through individual work with a supervisor within the research study and writing the final thesis, students are instructed on how to conduct independent research work.
The planned teaching methods are lectures, laboratory (experimental) classes, practical classes and term papers. Bearing in mind the special characteristics of this study program, laboratory classes include individual work within which students have an opportunity to use the latest instruments and equipment. The Faculty of Chemistry has the latest instruments which will be available to the students of master academic studies during their training.
The teaching is organized through work with small groups of students and through individual work with a supervisor, while the teaching methods are adapted according to the number of students (consultations, term papers, etc.). A special focus is on experimental work with the elements of research work, which is typically performed within a team in research laboratories. The use of computers is planned within all teaching methods.
Completed undergraduate academic studies with a workload of 240 ECTS.
The primary goal of this study program is to educate experts with a high level of fundamental and applied knowledge in the various fields of chemistry whose master’s degree (along with the degree obtained within the undergraduate studies) will be recognized by all European institutions and which will enable students to find suitable employment or to continue their education within doctoral studies in chemistry or related disciplines at Serbian or European universities.
Upon completing the study program Chemistry, the candidate is awarded the title "MSc in Chemistry".
Students will be able to conduct, both individually and within a team, all stages of a part of research within research (scientific) project. They will gain the experience of working with modern instruments which are used in research laboratories.
Students will be able to independently use complex chemical protocols and they will be familiar with the use of computers in all phases of research work. They will be able to present the results of their work at scientific conferences both orally and in writing.
Upon completing these studies, students will have a broader knowledge of various fields of chemistry; they will have the ability to solve scientific and chemical problems by applying analytical and computational methods. They will be able to work independently in chemical laboratories of various profiles and purposes (research and development, quality control, standardization, process monitoring, etc.). They will have the knowledge and skills necessary for working with real, complex samples and they will be able to study literature and to present a critical overview of the collected data. They will have the experience of working independently with the latest instruments and relevant laboratory practice. Students will be able to work on a research problem within a team, to present it within their final thesis and to defend their final thesis.
Diploma holders are entitled to enroll on doctoral academic studies, which have the workload of 180 ECTS.
Students who have successfully completed master academic studies in chemistry:
Weekly number of classes for each course is shown as: lectures + practical classes + laboratory classes or as: (active teaching + independent work).
|Elective Course 1||E51H1||9||—|
|Elective Course 2||E52H1||9||—|
|Elective Course 3||E53H1||9||—|
|Study and Research||R51H1||3||(0+3)|
|Study and Research||R52H1||10||(0+10)|
The courses which are compulsory within other study programs of the same level of study can also be elective courses for the students of this study program.