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Provides a thorough grounding in analytical chemistry.
With a strong emphasis on developing analytical skills and instrumentation, students study diverse methods used to investigate the chemical nature of substances in a range of applications - from pure laboratory analysis to environmental investigations and monitoring and medical settings.
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|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|SCC1201||Chemistry: Structure and Reactions||15|
|SCC2301||Forensic and Analytical Chemistry||15|
|PLUS 2 units from the following list:|
|SCI3309 ^||Biological and Chemical Hazards||15|
|SCI3206 ^||Environmental Investigation and Monitoring||15|
|SCI2112 ^||Molecular Biology and Biochemistry||15|
|SCH2232 ^||Medical Biochemistry||15|
|SCH1133 ^||Human Genetics||15|
|SCH2226 ^||Human Molecular Genetics||15|
|SCH2142 ^||Forensic Genetics||15|
Note: Students without an ATAR or equivalent background in Chemistry are advised to consult with the Unit Set Coordinator as to the selection of the most appropriate units to lead into this major.
^ Core Option
Analytical Chemist, Forensic Chemist, Government Scientist, Industrial Chemist, Instrumentation Consultant, Medical Chemist
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