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Dr. Claudia Wanninger-Weiß
Program Coordination Chemistry

GENERAL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS (IDEALLY IN PDF FORMAT)
  • Application form for Master's degree Medicinal Chemistry (PDF):
    Please complete this form electronically and send it together with all other documents via E-mail to apply.chem@ur.de
    It is not necessary to sign this form! Please do not send a scan copy, but only the electronically completed pdf document!
  • High School Certificate
  • Bachelor's Degree Certificate (if already available)
  • Transcript of Records (with all attended courses and obtained grades)
  • If available: further high school diplomas
  • further documents as listed in the application form (e.g. German language knowledge...)

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Master's degree Medicinal Chemistry

The master program "Medicinal Chemistry" is an established interdisciplinary study program of the basic modules Organic Chemistry, Bioanalytical Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry. These basic modules are respectively completed with an oral examination. The subjects Organic and Medicinal Chemistry are deepened in advanced modules. After that the Master's thesis has to be absolved. The overall grade of the Master’s degree is made up of the three oral examinations of the basic modules and the grading of the thesis.

Further information you find here: www.medicinal-chemistry.de

1./2.
Sem.
 
3 Basic Modules: Medicinal Chem., Org. Chem., Analyt. Chem.,
2 Advanced Modules: Medicinal Chem., Organic Chem.
3./4.
Sem.
Master's Thesis and a Concluding Module (Medicinal Chem. or
Organic Chem.)

Modules:

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


Compusory Modules

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

 

Module MCH-MSc-M 01 "Basic Module Medicinal Chemistry"
(Prof. Dr. A. Buschauer)

Semester Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
1. (WS) General Medicinal Chemistry L 2
1. (WS) Medicinal Chemistry I L 4
2. (SS) Medicinal Chemistry II L 4
2. (SS) Biotechnology L 2
2. (SS) Computational Methods in
Medicinal Chemistry
LC+S 4
19

 

Module MCH-MSc-M 02 "Basic Module Organic Chemistry"
(Prof. Dr. B. König)

Semester Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
1./2. (WS/SS) Compulsory elective lecture
Organic Chemistry1
L 2
1./2. (WS/SS) Compulsory elective lecture
Organic Chemistry 2
L 2
1./2. (WS/SS) Compulsory elective lecture
Organic Chemistry 3
L 2
1./2. (WS/SS) Compulsory elective lecture
Organic Chemistry 4
L 2
1. (WS) Lab course Methods in Organic Synthesis LC 6
1. (WS) Seminar accompanying the Lab
Methods in Organic Synthesis
S 2
16

 

Module MCH-MSc-M 03 "Basic Module Bioanalytical Chemistry"
(Prof. Dr. J. Wegener)

Semester Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
2. (SS) Sensors, Arrays, Screening L 3
2. (SS) Lab course Sensors, Arrays, Screening LC 4
3. (WS) Chromatographic Methods LC 2
8

 

Module MCH-MSc-M 04 "Advanced Module Medicinal Chemistry I"
(Prof. Dr. A. Buschauer)

Semester Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
1. (WS) Lab course Biochemical and
Pharmacological Methods in
Medicinal Chemistry
LC 8
1. (WS) Seminar accompanying the Lab S 1
2. (SS) Research Lab (to be chosen from
Org. Chem. or Medicinal Chem.)
LC 6
16

  

Module MCH-MSc-M 05 "Advanced Module Organic Chemistry"
(Prof. Dr. B. König)
(from WS 2011/12)

Semester Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
2. (SS) Preparative Lab Course Organic Chemistry LC 4
2. (SS) Seminar accompanying the Lab Course S 2
6

 

Module MCH-MSc-M 06 "Advanced Module Medicinal Chemistry II"
(Prof. Dr. A. Buschauer)

Semester Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
Method Course 10
3. (WS) Medicinal Chemistry III L 4
4. (SS) Medicinal Chemistry IV L 4
22

 

Modul MCH-MSc-M 07 "Master's Thesis"
(Prof. Dr. A. Buschauer/Prof. Dr. B. König)

Semester Topic Type of
course
hours per
week
CP
Master's Thesis
Workgroup Seminar S 4
33

Additional recommended courses

The following courses from a range of pharmaceutical disciplines and related subjects are recommended because of their relationship with the Master Program in Medicinal Chemistry.

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

Medicinal Chemistry/Pharmacology

Semester Lehrveranstaltung Art SWS CP

2. or 4.

Biochemical Methods

L

2

2b

1., 2., 3. or 4.

Biopharmacy1)

L

2

2

1., 2., 3. or 4.

Pharmaceutical Technology

L

3

3

1. or 3.

Immunology

L

1

1

1. or 3.

Basics in Anatomy und Physiology I

L

2

2

2. or 4.

Basics in Anatomy und Physiology II

L

2

2

1., 2., 3. or 4.

Zytologic and histologic Basics of Biology2)

LC

2

2

1) Offered in a three semester canon of lectures in pharmaceutical technology, therefore only every third semester possible.

2) Due to the limited number of participants only by agreement with the competent lecturers possible.

  1. Universität Regensburg
  2. Faculties

Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy

 

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