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Chemistry and Technology (Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology)
Bachelor Programme, Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology
At the Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology, students direct their studies either to biochemistry, microbiology, and biotechnology or to food chemistry, food analysis, nutrition, and food technologies on the other side by properly selecting optional courses.
The main aim of this study programme is to prepare graduates for further Master studies in related branches at UCT Prague or for qualified positions in specialized workplaces. Graduates have excellent theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and experience in basic natural scientific disciplines. Graduates are qualified for jobs in biotechnological and food companies, in nutrition-oriented fields, in environmental protection institutions, and in health care and pharmaceutical enterprises. They can also find positions in company laboratories, in supervisory and monitoring agencies, and in trade and administration.
You can choose one of two specializations offered by this faculty.
Specialisation - Biochemistry and Biotechnology
By choosing Biochemistry and Biotechnology, students have the opportunity to focus on biochemistry and various types of biotechnologies. The specialization thus provides both general biochemistry knowledge as well as skills in various biotechnological areas such as producing pure chemicals, biologically active molecules, and biofuels. This specialization also provides skills for technologies that solve environmental problems.→ more
Specialisation - Food Chemistry and Technology
With a specialization in Food Chemistry and Technology, students focus on both food chemistry and various food technologies. This specialization provides a unique combination of chemical, analytical, and technological aspects, allowing students to gain an overview of the field of modern and traditional food production as well as the ability to assess the impact of used processing processes on the nutritional properties of food products.→ more