Bachelor of Science (Chemistry)

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Bachelor of Science (Chemistry)

  • Study mode
    Chemistry is taught on campus
  • Program rating
    Studying Chemistry at the University of Melbourne will give you transferable skills including specialised laboratory skills and you will study the areas of molecular design and sinthesis, analysis of chemical species, molecular dynamics and many more. There is the opportunity to study a semester overseas, and joining a student club or society can improve your knowledge, leadership skills and experience.
  • Employability
    Chemistry graduates can work in manufacturing industries including food and beverage, pharmaceuticals or mineral and petroleum products. Biotechnology and testing bioactive molecules, as well as working in IT, law, sales and marketing, government and professional positions are also career options.
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  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Science (Chemistry)
  • Course description
    Sample course plan
    Bachelor of Science major: Chemistry
    First year
    Chemistry 1
    Earth Sciences     
    Food for a Healthy
    Chemistry 2     
    Earth Sciences     
    What is Knowledge and How do we Acquire It?

    Second year

    Molecular Properties and Reactions     
    Water for a Sustainable Planet
    Structure and Synthesis     
    Practical Chemistry     
    Thinking, Reasoning and Learning

    Third year
    Chemistry IIIA     
    Chemistry IIIB     
    Analytical and Environmental Chemistry  
    Australia in the World of Wine
    Advanced Practical Chemistry     
    Ways of Knowing and Learning

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