The Special Field: Biochemistry Added:25.12. 2007
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The Special Field: Biochemistry

Attracted to you once work in the lab? You decide between studying chemistry and biology? And to try to study biochemistry, which introduces you to this article … Note: Article was updated on 2 12th 2009th (Bel)

Goals of study ** ** If you study biochemistry, you get a lot of knowledge especially in chemistry, but also significant degree in biology. The aim of study is the education of qualified specialists in the field of biochemistry and molecular biology disciplines.

** Contents ** Studies Students must successfully complete biochemistry primarily chemical objects – organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, mathematical chemistry, physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, etc. From the study of classical chemistry differs by being accompanied by the necessary basics of biology (general biology, molecular biology, microbiology .. .), mathematics and physics. I asked Andrew, who is studying biochemistry at the Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, which sees major differences in the study of biochemistry in comparison to other disciplines: „In general, longer than other studies of time spent in laboratories, but compared to chemistry, we have more flexibility and choice of subjects – here in Brno is not all mandatory. “

** How to study and content of entrance examinations ** Field of Biochemistry are offered in the Faculty of Science, Prague, Brno, Olomouc and Czech Budejovice. Techničtěji oriented, but related fields, can be studied at the University of Chemical Technology in Prague, Faculty of Chemical University. Entrance examinations take place mostly in the form of a test in chemistry. Masaryk University in Brno only candidate completes the test and study skills at the university waiting list is compiled based on results from high school – written test will be made. Initially students very help if they have a basic high school knowledge of chemistry and biology in particular, but also an overview of the physics and mathematics. Yet, if they lag behind in anything, no problem to catch up with minor handicaps.

** Graduates ** Biochemistry graduates should find jobs mainly in various research laboratories. And not just in science but also the pharmaceutical, food, medical, industrial and last but not least, in environmental monitoring. If you receive additional training in management and economics can be applied also as sales representatives of pharmaceutical and biotech companies.

** Links ** „Charles University, Faculty of Science“: http://www.natur.cuni.cz „Masaryk University, Faculty of Science“: http://sci.muni.cz „Palacky University in Olomouc, Faculty of Science“: http://www.upol.cz/fakulty/prf/ „University of South Bohemia in the Czech Budejovice, Faculty of Science“: http://www.prf.jcu.cz/ „Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague“: http://www.vscht.cz „University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry“: http://www.fch.vutbr.cz/




Author: Pracný, Pavel

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