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Subjects

subject - Subject semester - Semester ECTS CREDIT
Experimental Chemistry I
Experimental Chemistry I
Annual - Annual 6
Structure and function of biomolecules
Structural and functional Biochemistry
Annual - Annual 6
Anthropology
Anthropology
Annual - Annual 6
Chemistry General I
General Chemistry I
Primer semester - First Semester 9
Physics I
Physics I
Primer semester - First Semester 6
Mathematics I
Mathematics I
Primer semester - First Semester 6
General Chemistry II
General Chemistry II
Segundo semester - Second Semester 9
Physics II
Physics II
Segundo semester - Second Semester 6
Mathematics II
Mathematics II
Segundo semester - Second Semester 3
Basic Statistics
Basic Statistics
Segundo semester - Second Semester 3
subject - Subject semester - Semester ECTS CREDIT
End-Of-Degree Project Degree
End-Of-Degree Project
Annual - Annual 15
Science from Materials
Material Science
Primer semester - First Semester 6
Chemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Primer semester - First Semester 6
Separation Methods and Chemometrics
Separation Methods and Chemometrics
Primer semester - First Semester 6
Professional Deontology
Professional Deontology
Primer semester - First Semester 3
laboratory integrated
Integrated Laboratory
Segundo semester - Second Semester 9
Projects in Chemistry
Projects in Chemistry
Segundo semester - Second Semester 3
Electives
Electives
Segundo semester - Second Semester 12

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Modules of the Study program

 

Each subject is integrated into a subject which in turn forms part of a module. Within each module is the link to the competences associated with each subject

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It covers the basic knowledge and methods of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Crystallography.

Module I:

→ Mathematics I (3 ECTS credit)
→ Mathematics II (3 ECTS credit)
→ Differential Equations (6 ECTS credit)

→ Chemistry general I (9 ECTS credit)
→ Chemistry general II (9 ECTS credit)

→ Physics I (6 ECTS credit)
→ Physics II (6 ECTS credit)

→ Crystallography and mineralogy (6 ECTS credit)

They constitute approximately half of the total load of the Degree and group together the theoretical and experimental contents of the basic disciplines of Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry. The final year includes an integrated laboratory which provides student with the possibility of solving complex practical problems with the most advanced instrumental techniques of a laboratory multidisciplinary .

Module II: 

  • subject I. Analytical Chemistry (.pdf)

→ Chemistry instrumental analytics (6 ECTS credit)
→ Chemistry quantitative analytics (6 ECTS credit)
→ Separation methods and chemometrics (6 ECTS credit)

→ Statistical thermodynamics and surface transport (6 ECTS credit)
→ Chemistry quantum and spectroscopy (6 ECTS credit)
→ Chemical thermodynamics and kinetics (6 ECTS credit)

  • subject III. Inorganic Chemistry (.pdf)

→ Chemistry of coordination and organometallics (6 ECTS credit)
→ Fundamentals of inorganic Chemistry (6 ECTS credit)
→ Chemistry of solid state (6 ECTS credit)

→ Chemistry organic (6 ECTS credit)
→ Organic analysis (6 ECTS credit)
→ Organic synthesis and reaction mechanisms (6 ECTS credit)

Module III:

  • subject I. Experimentation in Chemistry (.pdf)

→ Experimentation on Chemistry I (6 ECTS credit)
→ laboratory thermodynamics and kinetics (1,5 ECTS credit)
→ laboratory in inorganic synthesis (1,5 ECTS credit)
→ laboratory fundamental organics (1,5 ECTS credit)
→ laboratory atomic and molecular structure (1,5 ECTS credit)
→ laboratory of organic analysis (1,5 ECTS credit)
→ Characterisation of inorganic solids (3 ECTS credit)
→ laboratory interfaces and colloids (1,5 ECTS credit)
→ laboratory of organic synthesis (1,5 ECTS credit)

→ laboratory integrated (9 ECTS credit)

It provides knowledge and competencies in relation to the most important areas of Applied ChemistryBiological Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Chemical Sciences Materials, Applied Informatics.

Module IV:

  • subject I. Biochemistry and Biological Chemistry (.pdf)

→ Structure and function of biomolecules (6 ECTS credit)

  • subject II. Numerical Calculus and Basic Statistics (.pdf)

→ Numerical Calculus (6 ECTS credit)
→ Basic statistics (3 ECTS credit)

  • subject III. Chemical Engineering (.pdf)

→ Engineering Chemistry (6 ECTS credit)

→ Science from Materials (6 ECTS credit)

  • subject V. Projects in Chemistry (.pdf)

→ Projects on Chemistry (3 ECTS credit)

It includes subjects with a humanistic content and aims at the integral education of student, giving them the ability to make judgements that include a reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.

Module V:

→ Anthropology (6 ECTS credit)

→ Ethics (6 ECTS credit)

  • subject III. Keys to Today's Culture (.pdf)

→ Key subjects in contemporary culture (6 ECTS credit)

It is compulsory and individual, and offers the opportunity to apply and integrate the knowledge acquired during the studies to carry out technical work related to the different fields of the working and professional world of the chemist. It has a clear professionalizing sense.

Module VI:

The electives allow the student to acquire intensified professional competences in areas such as Chemistry Environmental Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry or Biochemistry, for example. It also includes external internships (up to 9 ECTS credit) and credits for academic recognition for participation in various activities (up to 6 ECTS credit).

Module VII: