The graduate knows the scientific methods of research and development in physics and chemistry. He has deep knowledge of theoretical chemistry methods and scientific programming. He is able to develop theoretical formulations of TCC methods and effective computer codes. His interdisciplinary knowledge allows the theoretical analysis and computational prediction of spectroscopic, electric, magnetic etc. properties of molecules and their reactivity, the participation in chemistry research, solving the problems of condensed and solid materials, in biochemistry and molecular biology. The graduate knows the scientific methods of research and development with the orientation to developing new theoretical methods, algorithms, computer codes, computer simulations and their applications in various branches of chemistry, physics and biology.