Resolution Of December 28, 2011, At The University Of A Coruña, Which Publishes Curriculum Of Master In Fundamental And Environmental Chemistry.

Original Language Title: Resolución de 28 de diciembre de 2011, de la Universidad de A Coruña, por la que se publica el plan de estudios de Máster en Química Ambiental y Fundamental.

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Obtained the verification of the plan of studies by the Council of universities, after the report positive of the Agency national of evaluation of the quality and accreditation, as well as the authorization of the community autonomous of Galicia, and agreed the character official of the title by the Council of Ministers of 15 of April of 2011 (published in the «BOE» of the 11 of mayo of 2011 by resolution of the Secretary General of universities of the 26 of April of 2011).

This Rectorate, under cover of the article 35.4 of the organic law 6/2001, of universities, in the wording given by the organic law 4/2007, resolves to publish the curriculum leading to the degree of Master in environmental chemistry and Fundamental, which is structured as shown in the annex.

To Coruña, 28 of December of 2011.-the Rector, José María Barja Pérez.

ANNEX curriculum leading to the degree of Master in environmental chemistry and Fundamental structure of the teachings (Royal Decree 1393 / 2007, annex I, section 5.1) 1. Branch of knowledge to which is attached the title: science.

2. distribution of the plan of studies in credits ECTS, by type of matter: type of matter credits ECTS obligatory 20 optional between 22 and 34 * practices external-work end of Master between 6 and 18 * Total credits 60 * depending on the specialty chosen and of the orientation of the work end of Master.

3. content of the curriculum: module matter/subject credits ECTS character course organization temporary analytical chemistry.





Strategies for solving analytical problems.





5 OB 1 1st semester.






Environmental analytical chemistry.





6 OP 1 1st semester.






Techniques of analysis and monitoring environmental.





6 OP 1 2nd semester.






Analysis instruments advanced.





6 OP 1 1st semester.






Management of the quality.





2 OP 1 2nd semester.






Chemical Physics.





Interfaces, colloids and macromolecules.





5





OB





1





Anual.






Physical chemistry of natural waters.





6 OP 1 1st semester.






Reactivity chemical and environment.





6 OP 1 2nd semester.






Chemical reactivity and photochemical.





4 OP 1 1st semester.






Electrochemistry: Fundamentals and applications.





4 OP 1 2nd semester.






Inorganic chemistry.





Characterization of inorganic species.





5





OB





1





Anual.






Environmental chemistry of inorganic compounds.





4 OP 1 2nd semester.






New perspectives on the chemistry of coordination.





4 OP 1 1st semester.






Advanced materials.





4 OP 1 2nd semester.






Bioinorganic Chemistry.





4 OP 1 2nd semester.






Synthetic and catalytic applications of metal compounds.





4 OP 1 1st semester.






Organic chemistry.





Advanced organic chemistry.





5





OB





1





Anual.






Sustainable chemistry.





4 OP 1 1st semester.






Organic synthesis.





4 OP 1 1st semester.






Structure and reactivity of organic compounds.





4 OP 1 1st semester.






Bioorganic chemistry and Supramolecular.





4 OP 1 2nd semester.






Applied organic chemistry.





4 OP 1 2nd semester.






Chemical engineering.





Advanced water treatment.





6





OP





1





Anual.






Treatment of air polluted.





3 OP 1 1st semester.






Treatment of waste solids.





3 OP 1 1st semester.






Operations and processes industrial.





2 OP 1 2nd semester.






Biochemistry.





Biomolecules and their applications to the environment.





6 OP 1 1st semester.






Three-dimensional structure and interactions of biomolecules.





2 OP 1 1st semester.






Physical.





Physical pollutants: noise, vibration, thermal phenomena and radiation.





3 OP 1 2nd semester.






Thermal treatment of waste and pollutants diffusion.





3 OP 1 2nd semester.






Physical properties of fluids and critical phenomena.





2 OP 1 1st semester.






Master thesis.





Academic orientation.





6





OB





1





Anual.






Research orientation.





18





OB





1





Anual.






I professional guidance.





12





OB





1





Anual.






Professional orientation II.





18





OB





1





Anual.





The subjects compulsory are common for all the students. Case apart is the work end of Master that depends of the orientation that the students choose.

The materials optional is grouped in two specialties: chemical environmental and chemical Fundamental of the mode that is displays in the table following.




Specialty in chemistry environmental specialty in chemistry Fundamental treatment advanced of waters.





New perspectives of the chemistry of coordination.






Treatment of air polluted.





Materials advanced.






Treatment of waste solids.





Chemical Bioinorganics.






Environmental analytical chemistry.





Synthetic and catalytic applications of metal compounds.






Techniques of analysis and environmental monitoring.





Inorganic synthesis.






Physical chemistry of natural waters.





Theory of organic reactions.






Chemical reactivity and environment.





Bioorganic chemistry.






Biomolecules and their applications to the environment.





Applied organic chemistry.






Physical pollutants: noise, vibration, thermal phenomena and radiation.





Advanced Instrumental Analysis.






Treatment thermal of waste and diffusion of contaminants.





Management of the quality.






Chemical environmental of compound inorganic.





Reactivity chemical and photochemical.






Chemical sustainable.





Electrochemistry: Fundamentals and applications.






 





Structure three-dimensional and interactions of biomolecules.






 





Operations and processes industrial.






 





Physical properties of fluids and critical phenomena.

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