Chemistry (Tuning Lithuania)

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List of Subject-Specific Competences

Cognitive abilities and competences:
• Ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of essential facts, concepts, principles and theories relating to the chemistry subject areas concerned;
• Ability to apply knowledge and understanding to the solution of qualitative and quantitative problems;
• Ability to demonstrate in-depth knowledge and understanding of a specific area of chemistry;
• Ability to demonstrate general knowledge of equipment of the chemical industry;
• Ability to evaluate, interpret and synthesise chemical information and data;
• Ability to implement good measurement practice;
• Ability to present the results of scientific work and arguments in writing and orally;
• Computational and data-processing skills, relating to chemical information and experimental data.
Practical skills:
• Skills in the safe handling of chemical materials, taking into account their physical and chemical properties and hazards;
• Skills required for conducting standard laboratory procedures and using instrumentation in synthetic and analytical work, in relation to both organic and inorganic systems;
• Skills in the investigation and evaluation of chemical properties of a substance, events or changes, and the systematic and reliable recording and documentation thereof;
• Ability to interpret data derived from laboratory observations and measurements in terms of their significance and relate them to appropriate theory.

1st cycle:
Cognitive abilities and competences:
• Ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of essential facts, concepts, principles and theories of chemistry;
• Ability to apply knowledge and understanding to the solution of qualitative and quantitative problems of a familiar nature;
• Ability to evaluate, interpret and synthesise chemical information and experimental data;
• Ability to implement good measurement practice;
• Ability to present the results of chemical scientific work and arguments in writing and orally, to an informed audience;
• Computational and data-processing skills, relating to chemical information and experimental data.
Practical skills:
• Skills in the safe handling of chemical materials, taking into account their physical and chemical properties and hazards;
• Skills required conducting standard laboratory procedures using instrumentation in synthetic and analytical work, in relation to both organic and inorganic systems;
• Skills in the investigation and evaluation of chemical properties of a substance, events or changes, and the systematic and reliable recording and documentation thereof;
• Ability to interpret data derived from laboratory observations and measurements in terms of their significance and relate them to appropriate theory.

2nd cycle:
Cognitive abilities and competences:
• Ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of essential facts, concepts, principles and theories of chemistry studied in the Master programme;
• Ability to apply knowledge and understanding to the solution of qualitative and quantitative problems of an unfamiliar nature;
• Ability to adopt and apply methodology to the solution of unfamiliar problems.
Practical skills:
• Skills required for the conduct of advanced laboratory procedures and use of instrumentation in synthetic and analytical work;
• Ability to plan and carry out experiments independently and be self-critical in the evaluation of experimental procedures and outcomes;
• Ability to take responsibility for laboratory work;
• Ability to use an understanding of the limits of accuracy of experimental data to inform the planning of future work.

Maria

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