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The expert- chemist training, the teacher of new formation, able to solve the scientific, educational, and technological tasks and problems, strategy, main directions of state policy in the field of education in the conditions relevant to the 12-year education: the implementation of the necessary functions and types of professional activity of the teacher of chemistry, assistant engineer, junior research officer, administrative worker, a teacher, a director, an instructor in the educational institutions and organizations of General secondary education, vocational education, secondary special education, and organizations of additional education and training.
To Graduates the academic degree "Bachelor of education" is awarded
1) Analytical chemistry
2) Chemistry and Biology
1) The aim of the course "Analytical chemistry" - to give information about the theoretical foundations of modern analytical chemistry, various methods, methods of definition and division; o the qualitative and quantitative analysis of inorganic and organic substances, the solution of complicated tasks. Laboratory classes focus on the study of modern methods of analysis used in research and industrial laboratories; familiarization with chemical-analytical properties of elements and compounds formed by them, the acquisition of skills determining the composition of substances, to perform the calculations. The course of analytical chemistry involves the preparation of a qualified specialist as employee of the Institute; chemist-analyst in the enterprises, in pharmaceuticals, in education.
2) In order of realization2020programme about qualifiedspecialist training,this specialty gives an opportunity to study in depth the disciplines of both chemical and biological cycles. Specialization allows future professionals to work in small schools, research laboratories, laboratories, food and chemical industries.
Facts: the most common phrases, short texts of social character, to comprehend short, simple texts.
To be able to: locate specific information in texts of everyday communication, use simple phrases and sentences to retell the text, living conditions, study.
To have skills: communication in ordinary speech situations, maintain a brief dialogue, composing and recording small text on a given subject, letters to a friend.
Ideological competence (MC) involves the development of the scientific picture of the world, the foundations of social phenomena, mastery of General erudition, knowledge and experience.
Professional competence (KP) refers to the ability to perform tasks in accordance with specified standards, to act successfully on the basis of practical experience, skill and knowledge in solving professional problems.
Research competence (Ki)supposes the ability to solve tasks through heuristic approaches, not using well-known algorithms, the willingness to take an active research position in relation to its activities and himself as its subject, the possession of methods and logic of scientific research.
Communicative competence (CC) suggests the capacity for social interaction with society, team, skills of team work, cooperation, tolerance; includes knowledge of languages, ability to maintain oral and written dialogue, monologue, business correspondence.
The competence of self-management (COP) involves the management of own resources, i.e. their ability to acquire, retain, develop and promote the use, involves the development of methods of self-development, self-regulation and self support.