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Bachelor of Science (Applied and Analytical Chemistry)
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Objectives:
Provides students with a thorough background in analytical chemistry with a strong emphasis on instrumentation and the development of a variety of important analytical skills. The Royal Australian Chemical Institute has accredited this course allowing students to become members of this nationally recognised institute.
Entry Requirements:
1. A completed Diploma, Advanced Diploma or equivalent in a relevant discipline from a recognised higher education provider, or 2. Applicants who have passed TEE Chemistry or equivalent may, with approval from the Course Coordinator, enrol in this course while concurrently undertaking TAFE studies.
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Bachelor of Science (Applied and Analytical Chemistry)
Course Description:
This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

To complete this course, students will obtain a total value of 360 credit points.

Year One
Unit            Description                                             Points

120 ECU credit points based on a relevant TAFE qualification or equivalent.

Year Two
Unit            Description                                             Points

Semester 1
SCC1111    General Chemistry                                     15
SCC2211    Organic Chemistry                                     15
MAT1114    Introductory Statistics                               15
MAT1137    Introductory Applied Mathematics             15
or
MAT1236    Calculus 1                                                 15

Semester 2
SCC1201    Chemistry: Structure and Reactions         15
SCC2301    Forensic and Analytical Chemistry            15
SCI1186    Understanding Pollution                            15
SCP1132    Introduction to Physics                             15
or
SCP1112    Waves and Electricity                                15

Year Three
Unit           Description                                            Points

Semester 1
SCC3201    Analytical Chemistry                                 15
SCI3309    Biological and Chemical Hazards               15
Business Unit *
Elective Unit **

Semester 2
SCC3202    Environmental Chemistry and Analysis   15
SCC3304    Chemistry Project                                   15
Business Unit *
Elective unit **

* Students select from the following: ACC1100 Accounting 1 LAW1100 Legal Framework 1 MAN1100 Management 1 MKT1100 Marketing 1 ** Recommended Electives: SCI3206 Environmental Investigations and Monitoring SCI3120 Natural Sciences Project SCI3307 Waste Management SCM3305 Risk Assessment, Communication and Management
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