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Study course Chemistry

The Bachelor and Master program in Chemistry is a consecutive one. The degree “Bachelor of Science” will be received after six semesters (3 years). The postgraduate degree “Master of Science” can be obtained after further four semesters (2 years).
A stay abroad during the Bachelor program is recommended. There is a mobility corridor in the 4th year. In that case the Master program in Regensburg shortened to two semester (1 year).


Bachelor's degree Chemistry

The aim of the Bachelor program is a basic scientific education in the core subjects of Chemistry (Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry and Theoretical Chemistry) including essential basics in Mathematics and Physics. 13 compulsory modules spread over six semester studies. In the last year students can select one compulsory elective module to focus on additional chemical topics. The Bachelor program is based on lectures and lab courses at the University.

After each module there will be one or more final examinations (oral or written). The modern, module-related examination system attaches more importance to an informational overview as to individual tests. The final module “Contexts and Concepts in Chemistry” contains the bachelor thesis as a first scientific paper and there is an interdisciplinary lecture which offers a repetition of learned material and deepens relationships between the chemical sub-disciplines. The grade of this final module has a significantly higher weight than the modules of the first year of study.


Transatlantic Dual Bachelor Degree in Chemistry

A new curriculum for a Dual Bachelor Degree in Chemistry (Atlantis Degree) is currently being established between two European and two US Universities. This program is being funded by the EU-Atlantis program, providing full fellowships for either the European students to study one year at the US institution or for the US students to study one year at the European institution.
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Modules:

Module titles in the following tables are linked with the module description. The complete module catalogue can be downloaded here.


Compulsory modules

Definition: L: Lecture, T: Tutorial, LC: Lab Course, S: Seminar 

Module CHE-BSc-M 01 "General Chemistry" (Prof. Dr. F.-M. Matysik) (from WS 2011/12)

Semester

Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
1. (WS) General Chemistry L+T 4+3
1. (WS) Experimental Chemistry L 1
9

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 02 "Mathematics" (Prof. Dr. M. Schütz)

Semester

Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
1. (WS) Mathematics I L+T 3+1
2. (SS) Mathematics II L+T 3+1
10

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 03 "Physics" (Prof. Dr. H. Motschmann)

Semester

Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
1. (WS) Physics I L+T 3+1
2. (SS) Physics II L+T 3+1
2. (SS) Physics lab course LC+S 4+1
14

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 04 "Chemistry of Aqueous Solutions"
(Prof. Dr. A. Pfitzner)

Semester

Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
1. (WS)

Lab Chemistry of Aqueous Solutions
(inorganic part I)

LC+S 5+2
2. (SS) Lab Chemistry of Aqueous Solutions
(inorganic part II)
LC+S 5+1
2. (SS) Lab Chemistry of Aqueous Solutions
(analytical part)
LC+S 5+1
11

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 05 "Chemistry of Matter" (Prof. Dr. R. Wolf)

Semester

Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
2. (SS) Basic Organic Chemistry L+T 4+1
3. (WS) Chemistry of Main Group Elements L 3
3. (WS) Chemistry of Complexes L 1
3. (WS) Reaction Mechanisms in Organic
Chemistry
L+T 3
19

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 06 "Theory: Energetics" ( Prof. Dr. H. Motschmann)

Semester

Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
2. (SS) Thermodynamics I L+T 2+1
2. (SS) Kinetics L+T 1,5
3. (WS) Thermodynamics II L+T 2+1
3. (WS) Electrochemistry L+T 1,5
3. (WS) Symbolic Language 1
12

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 07 "Lab: Energetics" (Prof. Dr. W. Kunz)

Semester

Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
3. (WS) Physical Chemistry Lab LC 5
4. (SS) Technical Chemistry L 2
7

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 08 "Analysis of Matter" (Prof. Dr. A. Bäumner)

Semester

Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
3. (WS) Analytical Chemistry L 3
3. (WS) Lab Analytical Chemistry LC 4
3. (WS) NMR-Spektroscopy L 2
3. (WS) Lab Physical Chemistry II LC+S 4+1
15

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 09 "Theory: Chemical Synthesis"
(Prof. Dr. M. Scheer)

Semester

Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
4. (SS) Organometallic Chemistry L 2
4. (SS) Transition Metals L 2
5. (WS) Solid State Chemistry L 2
5. (WS) OC Modern Methods in Synthesis L+T 2+2
10

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 10 "Lab: Chemical Synthesis" (Prof. Dr. B. König)

Semester

Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
4. (SS) OC Basic Lab LC+S 12+1
5. (WS) AC/OC Advanced Lab LC+S 12+2
19

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 11 "Structure of Matter" (Prof. Dr. B. Dick)

Semester

Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
4. (SS) Quantum Chemistry L 4
5. (WS) Spektroscopy L 3
5. (WS) Theoretical Chemistry L 3
13

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 12 "Chemistry of Life" (Prof. Dr. J. Wegener)

Semester

Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
4. (SS) Bioorganic Chemistry L 2
5. (WS) Biochemistry L 3
4. (SS) Toxikology L 1
9

  

Module CHE-BSc-M 13 "Contexts and Concepts in Chemistry"
(Prof. Dr. J. Wegener)
(from WS 2011/12)

Semester

Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
6. (SS) Interdisciplinary Lecture L 4
6. (SS) Bachelor's Thesis
6. (SS) Law L 1
23


Compulsory elective modules

One module has to be selected.

Module CHE-BSc-M 14 "Biochemistry" (Prof. Dr. J. Wegener)

Semester
Topic
type of
course
hours per
week
CP
6. (SS)
Biochemical seminar
accompanying lab course
S
6. (SS)
Biochemistry lab
LC






9

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 15 "Theoretical Chemistry" (Prof. Dr. M. Schütz)

Semester
Topic
type of
course
hours per
week
CP
6. (SS)
Computer exercises in
theoretical chemistry

S+T




9

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 16 "Nanoscience" (Prof. Dr. W. Kunz)

Semester
Topic
type of
course
hours per
week
CP
6. (SS)
Lecture and Seminar Nanoscience
L+S
6. (SS)
Lab course Nanoscience
LC






9

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 17 "Pharmaceutical Bioanalytics"
(Prof. Dr. J. Heilmann)

Semester
Topic
type of
course
hours per
week
CP
6. (SS)
Seminar Pharmaceutcal Bioanalytics S
6. (SS)
Lab course Pharmazeutische Bioanalytik LC






9

 

Module CHE-BSc-M 18 "Technicum" (Prof. Dr. R. Wolf)

Semester
Topic
type of
course
hours per
week
CP
6. (SS)
Seminar "Technicum" S
6. (SS)
Lab course "Technicum" LC





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