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Provides students with a thorough background in analytical chemistry with a strong emphasis on instrumentation and analytical skills.
Analytical Chemist, Forensic Chemist, Government Scientist, Industrial Chemist, Instrumentation Consultant
This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.Students are required to successfully complete 120 credit points (eight units). Bachelor of Science students without a TEE background in Chemistry are advised to consult with the award coordinator as to the selection of the most appropriate units to lead into this major.
|SCC1201||Chemistry: Structure and Reactions||15|
|SCC2301||Forensic and Analytical Chemistry||15|
|SCI3309||Biological and Chemical Hazards||15|
|SCI3206||Environmental Investigation and Monitoring||15|
|SCI3120||Natural Sciences Project||15|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: