Master in Pharmaceutical Chemistry
The aim of this Pharmaceutical Chemistry course at Near East University is to give students basic knowledge on organic and pharmaceutical nomenclature principles according to IUPAC and Chemical Abstract rules.
|Full-time Duration:||1.5 years|
|Starting in:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||€1,030 / semester|
|Location:||Near East University (Mersin, Turkey)|
The Pharmaceutical Chemistry students at Near East University will learn how to draw the chemical structure from the name of a molecule as well as how to name a molecule from a given structure. General nomenclature principles and naming of some functional groups such as halogenated compounds, alcohols, ethers, phenols, aldehyde, ketone, amines, carboxylic acid and its derivatives, nitriles are presented.
You can choose a programme with or without theses.
This course provides general nomenclature principles, naming of functional groups, including hydrazine compounds, nitro and nitroso compounds, urea, carbamate, sulfur containing compounds, rings and bicyclic systems, and heterocyclic compounds.
The aim of this course is to provide detailed exposure to some of the key areas of organic chemistry including a detailed appreciation of nucleophilic substitution, intramolecular reactions, basic carbonyl chemistry and electrophilic aromatic substitution with reference to case studies in organic synthesis of complex products.
- Drug Nomenclature
- Organic Reaction Mechanism
- Basic Instrumentation
- Advanced Instrumentation
- Advanced Organic Chemistry
- Laboratory Safety
- Microwave Assisted Organic Synthesis
- Literature Research and Evaluation