The School of Chemistry & Molecular Biosciences is UQ's provider of graduate studies in Chemistry, Biochemistry & Molecular Cell Biology, Biotechnology, Microbiology and Parasitology. Around 200 postgraudate students enrol in the School's courses each year. Students benefit from modern, flexible approaches to learning, award-winning laboratory facilities and dedicated study rooms. On-line resources at course websites assist students to access information, promote discussion of course material, take quizzes and trial tests and complete group work. These e-Learning resources value-add to the lecture, tutorial and practical class program.
Refer to the specific census and withdrawal dates for the semester(s) in which this unit is offered. Faculty Science Organisational Unit School of Chemistry Coordinator(s) Associate Professor Mike Grace Unit guides All students will undertake a Professional Studies topic and one core topic defined by the School, as well as three elective topics from specialised areas of chemistry, such as pericyclic reactions, separation science, advanced organic synthesis, main group inorganic chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, computational chemistry and electron microscopy. Each topic will require students to attend 8 lecture equivalents making a total of 48 lecture equivalents for the unit. Further information is available from the course coordinator and at a meeting held with prospective students during second semester of third year.
Introduction The effect of temperature on rate of reaction Introduction Our investigation in rate of reaction involved us performing an experiment which involved us chemically reacting hydrochloric acid and magnesium. Different reactants cause different speeds and chemical reactions can vary from a small reaction to a large reaction. Reactions occur when particles of reactants collide together and react. The chemical reaction that we will be performing is: Magnesium Hydrochloric Acid� Magnesium Chloride Hydrogen Through this reaction I will be measuring the amount of hydrogen that is produced. I will have to choose certain apparatus and a certain method which I will test in preliminary and then perform in my method.
Graduate students in chemistry may not use the following courses to fulfill degree requirements: 5/70000, 5/70093, 5/70361, 5/70362, 5/70481, 5/70555, 5/70556, 5/70557, 5/70558, 5/7055. Non-chemistry majors may take any of these courses for credit with the permission of their major department and the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. CHEM 50093/70093Variable Title Workshop in Chemistry (1-6) S/U grading. Prerequisite: Special approval and graduate standing. CHEM 50795Current Topics in Chemical Education (1-3) Designed to present recent advances in chemical research, instrumentation and theory to chemistry educators. Prerequisite: Special approval and graduate standing. CHEM 60894/70894College Teaching of Chemistry (1) Experience in teaching of chemistry at the college level. CHEM 50109/70109 Bioanalytical Chemistry (3) Covers traditional as well as newly emerging topics in the field of bioanalytical chemistry.
Obtaining a graduate degree in chemistry while working full-time is often an insurmountable challenge. Balancing courses with work and personal responsibilities is difficult enough, but it is especially difficult to do a thesis on a part-time basis. It has typically been an unrewarding, frustrating experience for faculty and students alike. The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at UNCW has worked to overcome these problems. top The program is a non-thesis option and requires only on-line coursework.
This programme is designed for Chemistry graduates with a 4-year Honours degree who would like to pursue a postgraduate degree in Chemistry. At the end of the programme, the student will be equipped with advanced knowledge and skills pertaining to recent developments in the Chemical Science which will enable him/her to perform with confidence leading roles as scientists, managers and entrepreneurs in Chemistry R&D and related industries. This programme lays the scientific foundation in chemistry for attendees for senior positions in the chemistry industry as well as to qualify for other advanced degree programmes such as Ph. Admission Requirements Programme Structure The minimum candidature requirement is 2 semesters (for full-time candidature) and 4 semesters (for part-time candidature).
who would like to pursue a postgraduate degree in Chemistry. At the end of the programme, the student will be equipped with advanced knowledge and skills pertaining to recent developments in the Chemical Science which will enable him/her to perform with confidence leading roles as scientists, managers and entrepreneurs in Chemistry R&D and related industries. in Chemistry by Coursework is a 40-modular credit programme. This programme lays the scientific foundation in chemistry for attendees for senior positions in the chemistry industry as well as to qualify for other advanced degree programmes such as Ph. Complete 2 full-time or 4 part-time semesters of course requirements. Students can opt to take 8 Level 5000 modules (4 modular credits each) and 1 MSc project equivalent to 2 coursework modules (8 modular credits) The University has not engaged any external agencies to undertake graduate student recruitment on its behalf. Candidates interested in our graduate programmes are advised to apply directly to the University and not through any agents. Candidates who apply through agents will not have any added advantage in gaining admission and the University reserves the right to reject such applications without giving reasons.
The final assessment opportunity (first time entries) for these qualifications (H034, H434) was in summer 2016. A resit opportunity will be available in summer 2017. Learn about resit arrangements for ‘legacy’ GCSEs, AS and A Levels For centres in Northern Ireland, please refer to the notice to centres for the final assessment opportunities. The specification is divided into chemical topics, each containing different key concepts of chemistry. Once the key features of a topic have been developed, applications are considered.