(in Polish) Magisterium na kierunku chemia
Access to further studies:
doctoral studies, postgraduate studies
A graduate of chemistry has an in-depth knowledge of the selected specialization, to the extent that allows them to work in industry, research institutes, universities and other institutions not exclusively related to chemistry. They develop the skills of conducting independent laboratory work, acquire a knowledge of technological processes, with particular emphasis on environmentally friendly processes,. They are familiar with the legal regulations regarding intellectual property protection, exhibit the ability to interpret and quantify physico-chemical phenomena, acquire thorough knowledge and skills in the field of analytical techniques, including instrumental methods, exhibit the ability to create safe and effective laboratory workstations, have a knowledge of chemical aspects of biological processes, and also of calculation and statistical methods. A graduate with additional pedagogical training is well prepared to teach chemistry at secondary school level.
In addition, a chemistry graduate specializing in general chemistry acquires broad knowledge and skills in all fields of chemistry based on the latest scientific literature, which allows them to continue their education at doctoral studies and work at research institutes and universities at academic positions.
Learning outcomes for the field of study were specified by the Resolution No. 125/2020/2021 of the Senate of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań adopted on 31 May 2021. The Resolution with attachments is available on the website: www.amu.edu.pl