Fundamental and Applied Chemistry

Institute of Fundamental Sciences

Fundamental and Applied Chemistry

Analytical Chemistry

Form of study:
Program duration:
5 years
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General Chemistry, History and methodology of chemistry, Chemistry of elements, Theoretical foundations of analytical chemistry, Analytical chemistry, Methods of chemical analysis, Instrumental methods of analysis, Physico-chemical analysis, Spectral methods in chemistry, Computational methods in chemistry, Modern issues of analytical chemistry, Composition analysis, Organic chemistry, Methods of teaching chemistry, High molecular weight compounds, Technology of modern materials, Analytical service, Analysis of specific objects. Electrochemical methods of analysis, Hybrid methods of analysis, Chemometrics, Spectroscopic methods of analysis.

Our students study the structure, composition, and properties of chemical substances, processes, and laws. They learn to describe, systematize, and analyze the results of chemical experiments, observations, and calculations, to make well-grounded scientific and practical conclusions. They master various physical and chemical methods of analysis: spectroscopic, electrochemical, chromatographic, hybrid methods, etc. They do research and create new promising structural and functional materials for various industries and medicine, including nanomaterials. We have modern laboratories and partners at chemical, metallurgical, and coal enterprises. Our students also have school practice where they teach chemistry at secondary schools.

The program features priority directions of development of science, technology, and engineering in the Russian Federation. We use cutting-edge relevant and modern technologies and teaching methods. The curriculum includes a wide range of elective disciplines. Our students do training at the leading Russian enterprises and organizations.

    Our graduates are in high demand in the labor market and can easily find employment in the following areas:
  • research and academic centers, institutes, laboratories, etc.;
  • lindustrial organizations of chemical and allied profile;
  • oil, gas, and coal industry, metallurgy;
  • general, vocational, and higher education;
  • forensic laboratories, criminalistics and forensics departments;
  • analytical and expert laboratories in medical institutions and pharmaceutical enterprises, food and agricultural industry, environmental organizations, etc.