In conjunction with the Departments of Biology and Physics, the Department of Chemistry organizes five-year educational courses of study in biology and chemistry and in physics and chemistry. Students have to earn at least 300 ECTS credit points during the course of studies, half of which have to be earned by passing exams in courses taught at the Department of Chemistry. Acquired knowledge and skills qualify the students to teach the two subjects (biology and chemistry or physics and chemistry), so it is easy for them to find employment at elementary or secondary schools. The academic title acquired upon completion of studies is Master in Biology and Chemistry Education (mag. educ. biol. et chem.) or Master in Physics and Chemistry Education (mag. educ. phys. et chem.).