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The Department profile

The Department provides three study programmes within the study field 4.1.14 Chemistry:

·        Chemistry and Applied Chemistry
·        Applied Chemistry and Biochemistry
·        Applied Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry

Graduates of the Bachelor programme Chemistry and Applied Chemistry are able to competently perform work of a technical nature in various chemical, environmental and medical research and operations facilities. Bachelor's degree paves the way for the continuation of the Master studies in the same field, but also in one of the related areas.
Master's degree programme in Applied Chemistry and Biochemistry aims to shape the graduates so as to take adequate knowledge of current analytical, physical, organic and inorganic chemistry, biochemistry, as well as the related disciplines of chemical sciences. Graduates of the programme should operate modern technical and technological means used in the application fields of chemistry and its disciplines, particularly in biochemistry, and also be able to apply the basic principles of the activities in the laboratory or field conditions.
Postgraduate doctoral degree program Applied Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry provides PhD candidates with the necessary knowledge for the development of scientific disciplines and the field of study. It encourages in them the principles of scientific work, its ethical and social aspects, scientific formulation of the problem, presenting and publishing research results. The programme highlights the link "research-development-application" and evaluation of candidates’ contribution for practice.


The core knowledge areas for Bachelor study programme Chemistry and Applied Chemistry are:

·        General Chemistry
·        Inorganic Chemistry
·        Organic Chemistry
·        Physical Chemistry
·        Analytical Chemistry
·        Nuclear Chemistry
·        Biochemistry
The extended core knowledge areas include:
·        Magnetometry
·        Chemometrics
·        Bioanalytical Chemistry
·        Separation Methods
·        Electrochemistry
·        Spectral Methods
The Department structure
Head of the Department:
prof. Ing. Roman Boča, DrSc.
The Deputy Heads:
RNDr. Viera Mrázová, PhD.
RNDr. Beáta Vranovičová, PhD.
Mgr. Adriana Bednárová, PhD.
prof. Ing. Jozef Lehotay, DrSc.
doc. Ing. Ernest Beinrohr, DrSc.
doc. Mgr. Renata Gašparová, PhD.
doc. Ing. Jozef Sokol, PhD.
RNDr. Ladislav Rábara, PhD.
RNDr. Cyril Rajnák, PhD.
RNDr. Ján Titiš, PhD.
RNDr. Zita Tokárová, PhD.
Ing. Jozef Miklovič, PhD.
Ing. Dáša Kružlicová, PhD.
Mgr. Filip Kraic, PhD.
Mgr. Peter Nemeček, PhD.
Ing. Mária Maliarová

prof. Ing. Viktor Milata, DrSc.
prof. Ing. Peter Rapta, DrSc.
doc. Ing. Pavel Kovařík, CSc.
doc. Ing. Dušan Valigura, PhD.
Doctoral Candidates:
MUDr. Mgr. Miroslava Makohusová
RNDr. Jaroslav Vatrál
Mgr. Ivana Zemanová
Mgr. Alena Packová
Mgr. Filip Varga
Ing. Juraj Škarba





University of SS. Cyril
and Methodius in Trnava

Nám. J. Herdu 2
917 01 Trnava
Slovak Republic

tel.: (+421) 33 / 55 65 321
(+421) 33 / 55 65 323