This major gives students the insight into how chemical substances work and the reasons for their behaviour with a dynamic combination of practice and theory. Students gain strong practical skills and lots of laboratory experience, which is why this major is an 'applied chemistry' major.
Core study areas include analytical, environmental and toxicological chemistry, physical, organic and inorganic chemistry, chemical safety and legislation.
Students have access to sophisticated, cutting-edge technology and instruments in a modern science facility. They also learn from practising scientists and researchers.
|65202 Organic Chemistry 1||6cp|
|65307 Physical Chemistry 1||6cp|
|65306 Analytical Chemistry 1||6cp|
|65409 Analytical Chemistry 2||6cp|
|65410 Skills for the Professional Chemist||6cp|
|65411 Inorganic Chemistry 1||6cp|
|65508 Organic Chemistry 2||6cp|
|65509 Inorganic Chemistry 2||6cp|
|65607 Physical Chemistry 2||6cp|
|CBK90576 Sub-major/Electives (Chemistry)||24cp|
|Select 18 credit points of options:||18cp|
|65606 Analytical Chemistry 3||6cp|
|65545 Forensic Toxicology||6cp|
|67305 Polymer Science||6cp|
|65005 Strategies in Drug Synthesis||6cp|
|67510 Surface Processes||6cp|