Staff

Staff

Year 1

  • History (credits – 2)
  • Higher mathematics (credits – 12)
  • Physics (credits – 9)
  • Theoretical Foundations of Chemistry (credits – 6)
  • Inorganic chemistry (credits – 5)
  • Foreign language (credits – 5)
  • Belarusian language (credits – 3)
  • Protection of the population and facilities from emergencies. Radiation safety
    (credits – 3)
  • Engineering and machine graphics (credits – 6)
  • Ethics and Aesthetics / History of World Culture / Philosophical foundations of sustainable development strategy (credits – 2)
  • Applied mechanics (credits – 3)
  • Informatics and computer graphics (credits – 3)

Year 2

  • Philosophy (credits – 4)
  • Economy (credits – 4)
  • Physical and colloidal chemistry (credits – 12)
  • Analytical chemistry and physicochemical methods of analysis (credits – 3)
  • Organic chemistry (credits – 12)
  • Foreign language (credits – 4)
  • Applied mechanics (credits – 3)
  • Processes and devices of chemical technology (credits – 4)
  • Theoretical foundations of the technology of film-forming substances (credits – 2)
  • Chemistry and technology of fiber and film-forming polymers (credits – 2)
  • Theoretical Foundations of Polymer Processing (credits – 2)
  • Chemical technology of monomers for the production of film-forming substances (credits – 3)
  • Chemistry and physics of film-forming substances (credits – 3)

Year 3

  • Political science (credits – 2)
  • Analytical chemistry and physicochemical methods of analysis (credits – 3)
  • Energy saving and energy management (credits – 3)
  • Organization of production and enterprise management (credits – 3)
  • Electrical engineering, fundamentals of electronics and electrical equipment of chemical industries (credits – 3)
  • Fundamentals of Law and Human Rights / Industry market theory (credits – 2)
  • Processes and devices of chemical technology (credits – 6)
  • Heat engineering (credits – 3)
  • Equipment and design basics for enterprises of the sub-industry (credits – 3)
  • General chemical technology (credits – 3)
  • Industry economics (credits – 3)
  • Chemistry and physics of film-forming substances (credits – 3)
  • Chemistry and technology of film-forming substances and compositions (credits – 5)
  • Chemistry and technology of paints and varnishes and coatings  (credits – 8)
  • Pigments for modern paints and varnishes  (credits – 3)

Year 4

  • Occupational Safety and Health (credits – 4)
  • Ecology and environmental control (credits – 4)
  • Automation, automation and automated control systems for technological processes (credits – 4)
  • Marketing with the basics of logistics (credits – 3)
  • Functional additives for paints and varnishes (credits – 4)
  • Pigmentation of paints and varnishes (credits – 3)
  • Basics of compounding of paints and varnishes (credits – 5)
  • Educational and research work of students (credits – 3)

Year 1

  • History (credits – 2)
  • Higher mathematics (credits – 12)
  • Physics (credits – 9)
  • Theoretical Foundations of Chemistry (credits – 6)
  • Inorganic chemistry (credits – 5)
  • Foreign language (credits – 5)
  • Belarusian language (credits – 3)
  • Protection of the population and facilities from emergencies. Radiation safety
    (credits – 3)
  • Engineering and machine graphics (credits – 6)
  • Ethics and Aesthetics / History of World Culture / Philosophical foundations of sustainable development strategy (credits – 2)
  • Applied mechanics (credits – 3)
  • Informatics and computer graphics (credits – 3)

Year 2

  • Philosophy (credits – 4)
  • Economy (credits – 4)
  • Physical and colloidal chemistry (credits – 12)
  • Analytical chemistry and physicochemical methods of analysis (credits – 3)
  • Organic chemistry (credits – 12)
  • Foreign language (credits – 4)
  • Applied mechanics (credits – 3)
  • Processes and devices of chemical technology (credits – 4)
  • Theoretical foundations of the technology of film-forming substances (credits – 2)
  • Chemistry and technology of fiber and film-forming polymers (credits – 2)
  • Theoretical Foundations of Polymer Processing (credits – 2)
  • Polymer chemistry (credits – 3)
  • Physics of Polymers (credits – 2)
  • Chemistry and technology of monomers for the synthesis of high molecular weight compounds (credits – 1)

Year 3

  • Political science (credits – 2)
  • Analytical chemistry and physicochemical methods of analysis (credits – 3)
  • Energy saving and energy management (credits – 3)
  • Organization of production and enterprise management (credits – 3)
  • Electrical engineering, fundamentals of electronics and electrical equipment of chemical industries (credits – 3)
  • Fundamentals of Law and Human Rights / Industry market theory (credits – 2)
  • Processes and devices of chemical technology (credits – 6)
  • Heat engineering (credits – 3)
  • Equipment and design basics for enterprises of the sub-industry (credits – 3)
  • General chemical technology (credits – 3)
  • Industry economics (credits – 3)
  • Chemistry and technology of monomers for the synthesis of high molecular weight compounds (credits – 3)
  • Plastics technology (credits – 6)
  • Resource-saving and energy-saving technologies in the production of plastics
    (credits – 3)
  • Modeling and optimization of chemical technological processes in the production of plastics (credits – 4)
  • Binders and functional additives for polymer composites (credits – 3)

Year 4

  • Occupational Safety and Health (credits – 4)
  • Ecology and environmental control (credits – 4)
  • Automation, automation and automated control systems for technological processes (credits – 4)
  • Marketing with the basics of logistics (credits – 3)
  • Binders and functional additives for polymer composites (credits – 5)
  • Technology of processing and application of plastics (credits – 7)
  • Educational and research work of students (credits – 3)

Year 1

  • History (credits – 2)
  • Higher mathematics (credits – 12)
  • Physics (credits – 9)
  • Theoretical Foundations of Chemistry (credits – 6)
  • Inorganic chemistry (credits – 5)
  • Foreign language (credits – 5)
  • Belarusian language (credits – 3)
  • Protection of the population and facilities from emergencies. Radiation safety
    (credits – 3)
  • Engineering and machine graphics (credits – 6)
  • Ethics and Aesthetics / History of World Culture / Philosophical foundations of sustainable development strategy (credits – 2)
  • Applied mechanics (credits – 3)
  • Informatics and computer graphics (credits – 3)

Year 2

  • Philosophy (credits – 4)
  • Economy (credits – 4)
  • Physical and colloidal chemistry (credits – 12)
  • Analytical chemistry and physicochemical methods of analysis (credits – 3)
  • Organic chemistry (credits – 12)
  • Foreign language (credits – 4)
  • Applied mechanics (credits – 3)
  • Processes and devices of chemical technology (credits – 4)
  • Theoretical foundations of the technology of film-forming substances (credits – 2)
  • Chemistry and technology of fiber and film-forming polymers (credits – 2)
  • Theoretical Foundations of Polymer Processing (credits – 2)
  • Polymer chemistry (credits – 3)
  • Physics of Polymers (credits – 2)
  • Elastomer technology (credits – 1)

Year 3

  • Political science (credits – 2)
  • Analytical chemistry and physicochemical methods of analysis (credits – 3)
  • Energy saving and energy management (credits – 3)
  • Organization of production and enterprise management (credits – 3)
  • Electrical engineering, fundamentals of electronics and electrical equipment of chemical industries (credits – 3)
  • Fundamentals of Law and Human Rights / Industry market theory (credits – 2)
  • Processes and devices of chemical technology (credits – 6)
  • Heat engineering (credits – 3)
  • Equipment and design basics for enterprises of the sub-industry (credits – 3)
  • General chemical technology (credits – 3)
  • Industry economics (credits – 3)
  • Elastomer technology (credits – 3)
  • Materials Science (credits – 2)
  • Rubber production technology (credits – 5)
  • Elastomer processing technology (credits – 3)
  • Elastomeric Composition Technology (credits – 3) 
  • Modeling and optimization of chemical-technological processes of elastomer processing  (credits – 3)

Year 4

  • Occupational Safety and Health (credits – 4)
  • Ecology and environmental control (credits – 4)
  • Automation, automation and automated control systems for technological processes (credits – 4)
  • Marketing with the basics of logistics (credits – 3)
  • Rubber production technology (credits – 5)
  • Calculation and design of rubber products and forms (credits – 4)
  • Basics of formulation of elastomeric compositions (credits – 3)
  • Educational and research work of students (credits – 3)

Year 1

  • History (credits – 2)
  • Higher mathematics (credits – 12)
  • Physics (credits – 9)
  • Theoretical Foundations of Chemistry (credits – 6)
  • Inorganic chemistry (credits – 5)
  • Foreign language (credits – 5)
  • Belarusian language (credits – 3)
  • Protection of the population and facilities from emergencies. Radiation safety
    (credits – 3)
  • Engineering and machine graphics (credits – 6)
  • Ethics and Aesthetics / History of World Culture / Philosophical foundations of sustainable development strategy (credits – 2)
  • Applied mechanics (credits – 3)
  • Informatics and computer graphics (credits – 3)

Year 2

  • Philosophy (credits – 4)
  • Economy (credits – 4)
  • Physical and colloidal chemistry (credits – 12)
  • Analytical chemistry and physicochemical methods of analysis (credits – 3)
  • Organic chemistry (credits – 12)
  • Foreign language (credits – 4)
  • Applied mechanics (credits – 3)
  • Processes and devices of chemical technology (credits – 4)
  • Theoretical foundations of the technology of film-forming substances (credits – 2)
  • Chemistry and technology of fiber and film-forming polymers (credits – 2)
  • Theoretical Foundations of Polymer Processing (credits – 2)
  • Standardization of the accuracy of products and shaping equipment (credits – 2)
  • Materials Science and Technology of Structural Materials (credits – 4)

Year 3

  • Political science (credits – 2)
  • Analytical chemistry and physicochemical methods of analysis (credits – 3)
  • Energy saving and energy management (credits – 3)
  • Organization of production and enterprise management (credits – 3)
  • Electrical engineering, fundamentals of electronics and electrical equipment of chemical industries (credits – 3)
  • Fundamentals of Law and Human Rights / Industry market theory (credits – 2)
  • Processes and devices of chemical technology (credits – 6)
  • Heat engineering (credits – 3)
  • Equipment and design basics for enterprises of the sub-industry (credits – 3)
  • General chemical technology (credits – 3)
  • Industry economics (credits – 3)
  • Computer design methods (credits – 3)
  • Polymer technology (credits – 6)
  • Manufacturing technology of products from polymer materials (credits – 5) 
  • Modeling and optimization of chemical-technological processes for the production of polymer materials (credits – 4)

Year 4

  • Occupational Safety and Health (credits – 4)
  • Ecology and environmental control (credits – 4)
  • Automation, automation and automated control systems for technological processes (credits – 4)
  • Marketing with the basics of logistics (credits – 3)
  • Calculation and design of polymer products and forming tools (credits – 12)
  • Educational and research work of students (credits – 3)

Year 1

  • History (credits – 2)
  • Higher mathematics (credits – 12)
  • Physics (credits – 9)
  • Theoretical Foundations of Chemistry (credits – 6)
  • Inorganic chemistry (credits – 5)
  • Foreign language (credits – 5)
  • Belarusian language (credits – 3)
  • Protection of the population and facilities from emergencies. Radiation safety
    (credits – 3)
  • Engineering and machine graphics (credits – 6)
  • Ethics and Aesthetics / History of World Culture / Philosophical foundations of sustainable development strategy (credits – 2)
  • Applied mechanics (credits – 3)
  • Informatics and computer graphics (credits – 3)

Year 2

  • Philosophy (credits – 4)
  • Economy (credits – 4)
  • Physical and colloidal chemistry (credits – 12)
  • Analytical chemistry and physicochemical methods of analysis (credits – 3)
  • Organic chemistry (credits – 12)
  • Foreign language (credits – 4)
  • Applied mechanics (credits – 3)
  • Processes and devices of chemical technology (credits – 4)
  • Theoretical foundations of the technology of film-forming substances (credits – 2)
  • Chemistry and technology of fiber and film-forming polymers (credits – 2)
  • Theoretical Foundations of Polymer Processing (credits – 2)
  • Polymer chemistry (credits – 3)
  • Physics of Polymers (credits – 2)
  • Plastics technology (credits – 1)

Year 3

  • Political science (credits – 2)
  • Analytical chemistry and physicochemical methods of analysis (credits – 3)
  • Energy saving and energy management (credits – 3)
  • Organization of production and enterprise management (credits – 3)
  • Electrical engineering, fundamentals of electronics and electrical equipment of chemical industries (credits – 3)
  • Fundamentals of Law and Human Rights / Industry market theory (credits – 2)
  • Processes and devices of chemical technology (credits – 6)
  • Heat engineering (credits – 3)
  • Equipment and design basics for enterprises of the sub-industry (credits – 3)
  • General chemical technology (credits – 3)
  • Industry economics (credits – 3)
  • Plastics technology (credits – 2)
  • Composite materials technology (credits – 1)
  • Materials Science (credits – 2)
  • Plastics processing technology (credits – 7)
  • Calculation and design of plastic products and forms (credits – 5)
  • Research methods and modeling of properties of plastics (credits – 2)
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Year 4

  • Occupational Safety and Health (credits – 4)
  • Ecology and environmental control (credits – 4)
  • Automation, automation and automated control systems for technological processes (credits – 4)
  • Marketing with the basics of logistics (credits – 3)
  • Plastics processing technology (credits – 4)
  • Modeling of plastic products and forms (credits – 2)
  • Educational and research work of students (credits – 3) 
  • Recycling of plastics (credits – 2)
  • Hardware design of plastics processing plants (credits – 3)