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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 33: Bachelor's Thesis (15 ECTS-Credits, 1 h)
Prerequisites for registration: successful completion of compulsory modules 1 to 23 (Physics, Mathematics A, B; General Chemistry A, B; Analytical Chemistry A, B, C, D; Inorganic Chemistry A, B, C; Organic Chemistry A, B, C; Physical Chemistry A, B, C, D; Biochemistry A, B; Theoretical Chemistry A, B)
Learning Outcome: Students are capable of independently performing a practical-experimental study of a topic in chemistry and can present and rationalize the results within a scientific lecture. Students gain interdisciplinary key skills in oral and written communication, presentation techniques as well as in time and project management.
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SE Seminar Bachelor Thesis (SE / 1h / 15 ECTS-AP)
Benno Bildstein, Kathrin Breuker, Fabian Dielmann, Markus Hartl, Gunter Heymann, Thomas Hofer, Stephan Alexander Hohloch, Christian Huck, Hubert Huppertz, Bernhard Klötzer, Christoph Kreutz, Julia Kunze-Liebhäuser, Marcel Dominik Kwiatkowski, Kai Olaf Langenbach, Klaus Liedl, Thomas Lörting, Thomas Magauer, Christopher Anthony Mayhew, Alexander Menzel, Ronald Micura, Thomas Müller, Simon Penner, Tung Pham, Engelbert Portenkirchner, Matthias Rainer, Veronika Ruzsanyi, Eduard Stefan, Oliver Ingolf Strube, Kathrin Thedieck, Martin Tollinger, Andreas Zemann
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INFO Bachelor's Programme Pharmaceutical Sciences according to the curriculum 2015 (180 ECTS-Credits, 6 semesters)
Compulsory Modules (172.5 ECTS-Credits)
Compulsory Module 9: Organic Chemistry II (10 ECTS-Credits, 9 h)
Prerequisites for registration: successful completion of the compulsory modules 5 and 6
Learning Outcome: Students are able to apply basic working techniques of preparative organic chemistry, including independent processing of chemical reactions in the laboratory as well as the isolation and cleaning of products received.
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UE Drug Synthesis, 9 Groups (UE / 8h / 8 ECTS-AP)
Raphael Bereiter, Michaela Egger, Clemens Eichler, Laurin Flemmich, David Glänzer, Stefan Hilber, Matthias Huber, Fabian Juen, David Klingler, Christoph Kreutz, Thomas Magauer, Stefan Mair, Ronald Micura, Nicolas Müller, Thomas Müller, Immanuel Plangger, B1/1 Platzh., Tobias Rainer, Anna Razkova, Lisa Ruetz, Elias Schmidhammer, Andreas Tako, Martin Tollinger, Ricarda Zeindl
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INFO Master's Programme Chemistry according to the curriculum 2008 (120 ECTS-Credits, 4 semesters)
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 18: Advanced Study of Organic Chemistry A (5 ECTS-Credits, 3 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students acquire advanced knowledge on the reactivity of organic compounds in current chemical, chemical-biologic and nonchemical research fields. Students get familiar with the analysis of reaction channels and are able to apply modern concepts in synthesis planning (from simple chemical bonds to biomolecules and polymer materials).
726353
VO stereochemistry & supramolecular chemistry (VO / 1h / 2 ECTS-AP)
Martin Tollinger
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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 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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SE Special field seminar chapter B: Chemistry of natural material and Biomacromolecule (SE / 1h / 1 ECTS-AP)
Kathrin Breuker, Christoph Kreutz, Thomas Magauer, Ronald Micura, Thomas Müller, Martin Tollinger
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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 15: Bachelor's Thesis (5 ECTS-Credits, 1 h)
Learning Outcome: Graduates of this module are able to independently write a practical-experimental thesis on a subject-related or subject-didactical topic in the field of chemistry, to present the results in writing and within the scope of a scientific presentations and defense. They have acquired interdisciplinary key competences in oral and written communication, presentation techniques and time and project managements.
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SE Seminar with Bachelor's Thesis (SE / 1h / 5 ECTS-AP)
Benno Bildstein, Kathrin Breuker, Fabian Dielmann, Axel Eghtessad, Gunter Heymann, Thomas Hofer, Stephan Alexander Hohloch, Christian Huck, Hubert Huppertz, Christoph Kreutz, Julia Kunze-Liebhäuser, Marcel Dominik Kwiatkowski, Kai Olaf Langenbach, Klaus Liedl, Thomas Lörting, Ronald Micura, Tung Pham, Engelbert Portenkirchner, Matthias Rainer, Veronika Ruzsanyi, Mathias Scherl, Eduard Stefan, Oliver Ingolf Strube, Kathrin Thedieck, Martin Tollinger, Helmuth Wachtler, Andreas Zemann
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  • There may still be changes in the courses offered as well as room allocation and course dates.
  • The course descriptions found in the English version of the course catalogue are for informational purposes only. Authoritative information can be found in the "Vorlesungsverzeichnis" (German version of the course catalogue).