Collaborative Degree Programs with other Departments
This bachelor degree program provides thorough knowledge of informatics. The aim of this study is to achieve skills, to obtain a professional overview from the whole situation and using appropriate scientific methods to be able to solve these problems. The core area will completed by the students in the first three semesters and includes content from informatics and mathematics which are necessary, independent of the chosen focus. These focal subjects and further compulsory modules are covered in the fourth to sixth semesters.
Since the winter semester of 2003/2004, the Universitätsmedizin Mainz has been participating in the form of some teaching to the focusing subject.
The bachelor degree program can only be started in the winter semester.
Student Advisory Service
Dr. Hans-Jürgen Schröder
Tel.: + 49 (0) 6131 39-23605
Diploma Degree Program Biomedical Chemistry
Diploma Degree Program in Biomedical Chemistry
Since the winter semester of 2002/2003, the department of chemistry, pharmacology and geosciences has been offering an undergraduate course in biomedical chemistry in cooperation with the university medical centre. This basic course includes inorganic, analytical, physical and organic chemistry, biochemistry as well as experimental physics, biology and mathematics. It is supplemented by classes in theoretical medicine (physiology, toxicology and clinical chemistry). In the main study section, alongside the compulsory subjects of organic and biochemistry, there are two compulsory optional subjects complemented by classes in clinical medicine (path physiology and medical microbiology).
In winter and summer semester, the within the university restricted admission diploma degree program can be started.
Student Advisory Service - Chemistry (Diploma)
Dr. Ralf Eßmann
Tel.:+ 49 (0) 6131 39-25996
Since the winter semester of 2004/2005, the department of biology and the Universitätsmedizin Mainz offer together a joint master degree program of biomedicine.
The aim of the master degree program of biomedicine is on the one hand learning from specialist knowledge to biology, on the other hand also the acquisition of theoretical expertise in internal medicine/path physiology as well as in the different areas of theoretical medicine (e.g. immunology, pharmacology, toxicology).
This master degree program is for biologists, who want to get a better understanding of medical problems, throughout this also higher expertise for working in biomedical research laboratories.
The Universitätsmedizin Mainz offers some own teaching-lections for biomedical students (in particular for the internship Clinical medicine), but also for some students of human medicine and dentistry.
In winter semester, the within the university restricted admission master degree program can be started.
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Jürgen Markl
Tel.:+ 49 (0) 6131 39-22314
BA / MA Applied Physics
In 2005, the bachelor and master degree program of the Fachhochschule Wiesbaden (Technical College Wiesbaden) in applied physics were accredited at the Fachhochschule Wiesbaden. In the winter semester of 2006/2007, the first students have commenced their studies.
There is a cooperation agreement between the Fachhochschule Wiesbaden and the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (JGU). The objective is, the students mediating practical and theoretical skills, by using the highly developed technologies at the institute of applied structure- and micro analytics. In applied structure- and micro analytics, the function and characterisation of surfaces/tissue-interfacial of medical substances will treated.
Within the framework of the jointly-developed interdisciplinary teaching-offer, special-lectures and laboratory tutorials within special consideration biological specimens in the field of applied structure-and microanalytics are being offered from the Universitätsmedizin Mainz.
Master Degree Program M.SC. CINMED-AM
The master degree program M. Sc. CINMED-AM, Part I, Chinese Medicine is therefor aligned, to gaining project-competence about Chinese medicine from medical professionals parallel to their profession.
- From the student out of his origin country, a finished and recognised university study of medicine.
- For the Master program Part I, Chinese Medicine
An addition or further education in acupuncture of at least 200 lessons (in accordance to the continuing education regulations of the competent state medical councils) or an analogous medical certified basic training in acupuncture for doctors.
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