Nuclear Chemistry

Bachelor’s Programme Nuclear Chemistry

The curriculum provides graduates with broad background in mathematics, physics, and theoretical and practical grounding in the basic areas of chemistry, i.e. physical, inorganic, analytical, organic chemistry and biochemistry. This nowledge is extended with fundamental courses in nuclear chemistry, detection of ionizing radiation and dosimetry, radiation protection as well as a lectures dedicated to the the construction and function of nuclear power plants. The career prospects of three-year bachelor’s programme graduates in nuclear chemistry are the same as in the case of bachelor’s programme graduates in other chemical disciplines. However, holders of nuclear chemistry bachelor’s degree are theoretically and practically well prepared to work independently at workplaces with sources of ionising radiation. Graduates are characterised by the ability to work independently with high concentration that can be applied in scientific research activities or in industry, as well as in nuclear safety and radiation protection supervision institucies. Graduates also have excellent prerequisites for further studies in chemical fields. Directly related to this bachelor’s programme is the master’s continuation study programme Nuclear Chemistry at the FJFI CTU in Prague.

The full bachelor’s programme Nuclear Chemistry is not available in English. However, many of our courses are offered to students as part of their short-term study stays.