Compulsory/Elective Courses (M.Sc./Ph.D. in Chemistry)

Graduate Compulsory/Elective Courses (M.S./Ph.D. in Chemistry)
 

 

 

Course Code

 

ECTS

Course Name

Compulsory (Z)/Elective(S) Explanation

CHEM5081

8

THE THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY I

Z/S Mandatory in the M.S. Program

CHEM5181

8

CHEMICAL TIES

Z/S Mandatory in the M.S. Program

CHEM5021

8

ORGANIC REACTION AND MECHANISM

Z/S Mandatory in the Ph.D. Pprogram

CHEM5211

8

ADVANCED PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I

Z/S Mandatory in the Ph.D. Pprogram

CHEM5451

8

METABOLISMS OF CARBOHYDRATE AND LIPIDS

Z/S Mandatory in the Ph.D. Pprogram
83FBE7001 6 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODS AND ETHICS Z  
CHEM5011 6 ADVANCED POLYMER CHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5031 8 ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY I S  
CHEM5041 6 ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY II S  
CHEM5051 6 ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMISTRY I S  
CHEM5061 8 ADVENCED SURFACE CHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5091 6 INORGANIC REACTIONS AND MECHANISMS S  
CHEM5092 8 ORGANIC POLAROGRAPHY S  
CHEM5094 8 KINETICS OF POLYMERIZATION S  
CHEM5101 8 NANOBIO TECHNOLOGY S  
CHEM5111 6 ORGANIC DYES S  
CHEM5121 6 ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5131 8 PHOTOCHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5141 6 ELECTRO ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5161 6 CORROSION S  
CHEM5171 6 ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5191 6 BIOCHEMICAL KINETICS S  
CHEM5195 6 NANO MATERIALS AND NANO CHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5221 8 CHROMATOGRAPHIC SEPARATION METHODS S  
CHEM5231 6 HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS S  
CHEM5241 6 STEREOCHEMISTRY I S  
CHEM5261 8 ADVANCED ELECTROCHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5281 8 COORDINATION CHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5301 8 COLLOID CHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5311 6 POINT GROUPS S  
CHEM5321 6 STEREOCHEMISTRY II S  
CHEM5351 6 POLYMER TECHNOLOGY S  
CHEM5371 6 SPECIAL ANALYSIS METHODS S  
CHEM5381 6 BIOMEDICAL MATERIALS S  
CHEM5401 6 MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF COMPOUNDS S  
CHEM5441 6 METHOD SELECTION IN CHEMICAL ANALYSIS S  
CHEM5461 6 VOLTAMMETRIC ANALYSIS S  
CHEM5491 6 UNORGANIC ELECTRONIC SPECTROSCOPY S  
CHEM5501 6 A CHEMISTRY OF ALKALOIDS AND FLAVONOIDS S  
CHEM5521 8 SPECIAL SUBJECTS IN BIOCHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5541 6 METABOLISM OF NITROGEN COMPOUNDS S  
CHEM5551 8 THE THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY II S  
CHEM5561 8 ELECTRO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5581 8 SPECTROSCOPIC METHODS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5591 8 ENZYMOLOGY S  
CHEM5601 8 CHARACTERISATION OF POLYMERIC MATERIALS I S  
CHEM5661 6 ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMISTRY II S  
CHEM5681 7 SYNTHETIC MEMBRANES S  
CHEM5741 8 CONDUCTING POLYMERS S  
CHEM5761 6 POLYMER PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5781 8 CHARACTERISATION OF POLYMERIC MATERIALS II S  
CHEM5891 6 GENERAL PROPERTIES OF ELEMENTS S  
CHEM5961 6 ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY S  
CHEM5971 6 BIOSENSORS S  
83FBE5003 5 M. Sc. SEMINAR Z A graduate student whose thesis advisor is assigned can take a seminar course from the second semester. Students who take the seminar course make oral presentations on thesis topics open to the audience in a session attended by their advisors. The seminar program is announced on the web page of the Department.
83FBE5001 5 PREPARATION for M. Sc. THESIS Z In the second semester, the M.S. Thesis Preparation course is taken in order to determine and propose the thesis topic (thesis advisor must be appointed by the end of the first semester). The course is opened by the thesis advisor and continues until the M.S.Thesis study course is taken, including the summer months.
83FBE5002 30 M.Sc. THESIS STUDY Z A graduate student who has passed the Thesis Preparation course and completed the course takes the Master Thesis Study course. The course is taken until the graduation of the student, including the semester and summer months.
83FBE6003 5 Ph.D. SEMINAR Z Ph.D. student, whose thesis advisor is assigned, can take a seminar course from the second semester. Students who take the seminar course make oral presentations on thesis topics open to the audience in a session attended by their advisors. The seminar program is announced on the web page of the Department.
83FBE6001 5 PREPARATION of Ph.D. DISSERTATION Z The Ph.D. student, whose thesis advisor is assigned, takes the PhD Thesis Preparation course in order to determine and propose the thesis topic (The thesis advisor must be appointed by the end of the second semester at the latest). The course is opened by the thesis advisor and continues until the doctoral dissertation course is taken, including the summer months.
83FBE6002 30 Ph.D. DISSERTATION STUDY Z A student who is successful in the Ph.D. Thesis Preparation course, completes the course period and successfully completes the Proficiency Exam takes the Master Thesis Study course. The course is taken until the graduation of the student, including the semester and summer months.
83FBE6004 25 QUALIFICATION EXAMINATION  Z A Ph.D. student who successfully completes the courses, has a passing grade of 3.00/4.00 and wants to take the doctoral proficiency exam registers for this course at the beginning of the semester. Students enrolled in the post-graduate doctorate program must take the proficiency exam by the end of the fifth semester at the latest, and the students enrolled in the post-graduate doctorate program by the end of the seventh semester at the latest.