The system of education in the new, reformed curriculum enables to obtain the vocational title of engineer or the scientific degree of Master of Science.
In one-degree courses it is possible to obtain the vocational title of engineer after 7 semesters of study (3.5 years), and then continue education in Master’s complementary courses in order to obtain the scientific degree of Master of Science. In two-degree courses, after 7 semesters of study and obtaining the vocational title of engineer, studying can be continued for further semesters and the scientific degree of Master of Science can be granted.
The Chair of Food Biochemistry contributes to the development, continuous improvement and implementation of curricula. The Chair’s staff delivers courses for full-time and extramural students at the engineer and M.Sc. levels. The classes take place in laboratories and students participate in the following courses: chemistry, organic chemistry, organic chemistry with biochemistry, organic chemistry with elements of biochemistry, biochemistry, food biochemistry, some issues of enzymology, and enzymology, bioinformatics and bioprocesses.
Students are instructed according to the enclosef schedule of education including 3 fields of study in various specialities. The educational offer of the Chair of Food Biochemistry is as follows:
|Chemistry||Full-time, 1st year, 1st sem., field of study: Gastronomy and Culinary Art|
|Organic chemistry||Full-time, extramural studies, 1st year, 2nd sem., fields of study: Food Technology and Human Nutrition, Commodity Science|
|Organic chemistry |
|full-time, 1st year, 2nd sem., field of study: Chemical and Process Engineering|
|Organic chemistry with elements of biochemistry||
Full-time, 1st year, I sem., field of study: Broker of Innovations in Food Industry
|Biochemistry||Full-time, extramural studies, 2nd year, 3rd and 4th sem., fields of study: Food Technology and Human Nutrition, Commodity Science|
Full-time, 2nd year, 3rd em., field of study: Bioengineering of Food Production, Faculty of Animal Bioengineering.
|Some issues of enzymology||Full-time, extramural studies, Master studies, Ist year, 1st sem, field of study: Food Technology and Human Nutrition.|
|Enzymology, bioinformatics and bioprocesses||Full-time, Master studies, 1st year, 1st sem., field of study: Food Engineering (course in English).|
The academic staff of the Chair also supervises bachelor-degree and master-degree theses as well as doctoral dissertations.