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Faculty of Biology
INFO Bachelor's Programme Biology according to the curriculum 2008 (180 ECTS-Credits, 6 semesters)
Fifth and Sixth Semester
Elective modules amounting to 45 ECTS-Credits are to be completed.
Elective Module 20A: Biochemistry (7.5 ECTS-Credits, 5 h)
Prerequisites for registration: positive completion of compulsory module 2 and elective module 17
Learning Outcome: Students can apply biochemical methods for specific problems through selected issues.
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712008
VO Introduction to Laboratory Course in Basic Biochemistry (VO / 2h / 3 ECTS-AP)
Rainer Schneider
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712009
UE Laboratory Course in Basic Biochemistry (UE / 3h / 4,5 ECTS-AP)
Markus Hartl, Rainer Schneider
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Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy
INFO Bachelor's Programme Chemistry according to the curriculum 2008 (180 ECTS-Credits, 6 semesters)
Compulsory Modules (180 ECTS-Credits)
Compulsory Module 19: Biochemistry B (7.5 ECTS-Credits, 6 h)
Prerequisites for registration: successful completion of compulsory module 16 (Biochemistry A)
Learning Outcome: Students acquire knowledge of anabolism, coordination of metabolism, fundamentals of molecular genetics, gene technology, and biochemical principles of complex biological processes. Students learn the fundamentals of modern biochemical methods and can apply them for preparing and analyzing biological macromolecules and their interactions.
712002
VO Biochemistry II (VO / 3h / 3 ECTS-AP)
Marcel Dominik Kwiatkowski, Kathrin Thedieck
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712005
VO Biochemical Methods (VO / 2h / 1 ECTS-AP)
Markus Hartl, Marcel Dominik Kwiatkowski, Rainer Schneider
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712006
UE Biochemical Methods (UE / 1h / 1 ECTS-AP)
Marcel Dominik Kwiatkowski, Martina Prugger, Kathrin Thedieck
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Compulsory Module 25: Biochemistry C (5 ECTS-Credits, 5 h)
Prerequisites for registration: successful completion of compulsory modules 16 and 19 (Biochemistry A and Biochemistry B)
Learning Outcome: Students acquire methodological knowledge of protein and nucleic acid bio-chemistry, gene technology and enzymology. Students also acquire interdisciplinary skills/key skills, such as the ability to work in a team and oral and written communication skills.
712007
PR Laboratory Course in Basic Biochemistry (PR / 5h / 5 ECTS-AP)
Cecilia Barile, Marti Cadena Sandoval, Anna-Sophia Egger, Markus Hartl, Alexander Martin Heberle, Marcel Dominik Kwiatkowski, Martina Prugger, Jose Miguel Ramos Pittol, Ulrike Rehbein, Rainer Schneider, Eduard Stefan, Kathrin Thedieck, Aaltje van Pijkeren
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INFO Master's Programme Chemistry according to the curriculum 2008 (120 ECTS-Credits, 4 semesters)
Elective Modules (62.5 ECTS-Credits)
Elective Modules of the sub-discilines Analytical Chemistry. Inorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry and Theoretical Chemistry: From the following Elective Modules, Modules in five sub-disciplines of Chemistry corresponding to 62.5 ECTS-Credits must be passed:
Elective Module 5: Biochemistry (12.5 ECTS-Credits, 10 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students acquire in-depth knowledge of objects and methods in research in biochemis-try and genetic engineering. Main focus is on in-depth study of chemical and biological characteristics of nucleic acids and proteins, the most important biomolecules in relation to the flow of the genetic information. Knowledge for applying methods of biochemis-try and genetic engineering for issues in medicine are also imparted, especially on the molecular basics of physiological and pathophysiological processes and the application of structure-biological approaches for determining the functioning of biomolecules.
712004
VO Advanced Biochemistry II (VO / 2h / 3 ECTS-AP)
Markus Hartl, Kathrin Thedieck
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712012
VO Introduction to Laboratory Course in Advanced Biochemistry (VO / 1h / 1,5 ECTS-AP)
Markus Hartl, Alexander Martin Heberle, Marcel Dominik Kwiatkowski, Martina Prugger, Jose Miguel Ramos Pittol, Ulrike Rehbein, Rainer Schneider, Eduard Stefan, Kathrin Thedieck
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712013
PR Laboratory Course in Advanced Biochemistry (PR / 5h / 5 ECTS-AP)
Cecilia Barile, Anna-Sophia Egger, Markus Hartl, Alexander Martin Heberle, Marcel Dominik Kwiatkowski, Martina Prugger, Jose Miguel Ramos Pittol, Ulrike Rehbein, Rainer Schneider, Eduard Stefan, Kathrin Thedieck
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Elective Modules (15 ECTS-Credits)
Elective Modules in advanced studies in the chemical sub-disciplines of Analytic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry and Theoretical Chemistry. Modules corresponding to 15 ECTS-Credits must be passed from the following Elective Modules:
Elective Module 17: Advanced Study of Biochemistry B (5 ECTS-Credits, 4 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students acquire in-depth knowledge of current research fields in biochemistry.
712018
VO Advanced Biochemistry V (VO / 2h / 2,5 ECTS-AP)
Markus Hartl, Alexander Martin Heberle, Marcel Dominik Kwiatkowski, Martina Prugger, Jose Miguel Ramos Pittol, Ulrike Rehbein, Rainer Schneider, Kathrin Thedieck
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INFO Doctoral Programme Chemistry according to the curriculum 2009 (180 ECTS-Credits, 6 semesters)
Compulsory Modules (30 ECTS-Credits)
Compulsory Module 1: Scientific Basics/Core Skills of the Thesis Topic (7.5 ECTS-Credits)
Prerequisites for registration: as defined in the respective curricula
Learning Outcome: After the successful completion of this module, students possess the high level of interdisciplinary knowledge necessary for working on the dissertation.
Courses, as defined in the dissertation agreement, equal to 7.5 ECTS credits must be completed to develop the scientific basis/core competences for the dissertation topic.
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VO Regulation of Cell Proliferation and Effects of Drugs (VO / 2h / 2,5 ECTS-AP)
Markus Hartl, Alexander Martin Heberle, Marcel Dominik Kwiatkowski
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Compulsory Module 2: Department Seminar (10 ECTS-Credits, 10 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Having successfully completed this module, students are able to actively participate in the discussion of the current state of knowledge in the area of the dissertation topic and can critically reflect on and discuss issues with experts in the chosen special discipline of chemistry.
Compulsory participation in five special field seminars as defined by in the dissertation agreement and based on the dissertation theme; special fields are: Analytical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Textile Chemistry, and Theoretical Chemistry.
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712906
SE Biochemical seminar (SE / 2h / 2 ECTS-AP)
Markus Hartl, Alexander Martin Heberle, Marcel Dominik Kwiatkowski, Martina Prugger, Jose Miguel Ramos Pittol, Ulrike Rehbein, Rainer Schneider, Kathrin Thedieck
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Faculty of Teacher Education
Bachelor Secondary School Teacher Training Programme (General Education) according to the curriculum 2015 (240 ECTS-Credits, 8 semesters)
INFO Subject Chemistry
Compulsory Modules (100 ECTS-Credits)
Compulsory Module 11: Biochemistry (7.5 ECTS-Credits, 6 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Graduates of this module know chemical fundamentals and components of living matter, metabolism and energy metabolism and have methodical knowledge of protein and nucleic acid biochemistry as well as genetic engineering and enzymology. They understand the contents of the lecture and are able to give an account of them. They are able to independently explore similar contents and to apply the most important concepts of biochemistry in consideration of the respective situation.
712010
PR Biochemical Practical Course for Prospective Teachers (PR / 3h / 3 ECTS-AP)
Marti Cadena Sandoval, Markus Hartl, Alexander Martin Heberle, Marcel Dominik Kwiatkowski, Martina Prugger, Jose Miguel Ramos Pittol, Ulrike Rehbein, Rainer Schneider, Eduard Stefan, Kathrin Thedieck, Aaltje van Pijkeren
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