Applied Biochemistry

General information

The Bachelor’s degree programme in Applied Biochemistry is intended to equip graduates with the up-to-date skills required for immediate practice, while offering the possibility of continued studies in the related Master’s programme. The study is oriented on three specialisations – Clinical Biochemistry, Biotechnology and Bioanalytical Chemistry (after the first year) according to students’ preferences.

A successful graduate is able to

  • design and carry out experiments in Clinical Biochemistry, Biotechnology and Bioanalytical Chemistry
  • apply the modern biochemical methods to solve problems in their specializations - Clinical Biochemistry, Biotechnology and Bioanalytical Chemistry
  • apply their mathematical and statistical skills to evaluate the performed experiments
  • elaborate the results of their experiments in the professional publications – protocols, theses, articles, etc.
  • apply their language skills (especially English) in the study of the literature and in the evaluation of the results

Graduate employment

The wider theoretical base allows graduates in Applied Biochemistry to be flexible within the new work area and to learn the methods and procedures used there. They are qualified to further develop and specialize in the fields of analytical chemistry, biochemistry or in biochemical processes. They can work in research and development or find employment in a variety of sectors, such as business, management and pharmaceutical industry.

Faculty Faculty of Science
Type of study bachelor's
Mode full-time
Standard length of studies 3 years
Language of instruction czech

Field of study combinations

Field combinations with Applied Biochemistry

This field of study is only offered in single-subject study mode

Admission Requirements

TSP (Czech only)

Recommended literature

Succes in TSP is not based on study of literature. Last test are available on

Evaluation criteria

Result of TSP

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