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G60 Bachelor of Science (Applied and Analytical Chemistry)

The Bachelor of Science (Applied and Analytical Chemistry) course provides students with a thorough background in analytical chemistry with a strong emphasis on instrumentation and the development of variety of important analytical skills. It is designed to meet industries' need for capable, dynamic and innovative graduates with well-developed technical skills and a sound theoretical knowledge in analytical chemistry. In addition the course is designed to give students business and managerial skills providing students with greater employment opportunities. The Royal Australian Chemical Institute has accredited this course allowing students to become members of this nationally recognised institute.



1.  Applicants who have completed a relevant TAFE Diploma or Advanced Diploma or equivalent. 


2.  Applicants with TEE Chemistry, may enrol in this course while concurrently undertaking TAFE studies. Students selecting this pathway are required to liaise with and obtain approval from the Course Coordinator for their concurrent ECU and TAFE studies.



The Bachelor of Science (Applied and Analytical Chemistry) course is available by full-time or part-time study on Joondalup campus.



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

120 ECU credit points based on a relevant TAFE qualification or equivalent.
Semester 1
SCC1111 General Chemistry 15
CSI1121 Personal Computing 15
SCC2211 Organic Chemistry 15
MAT1136 Elementary Calculus 15
MAT1236 Calculus 1 15
Semester 2
SCC1201 Chemistry: Structure and Reactions 15
SCP1132 Introduction to Physics 15
SCI1186 Understanding Pollution 15
SCC2301 Forensic and Analytical Chemistry 15
Semester 1
SCC3201 Analytical Chemistry 15
SCI2304 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:
SCC3203 Instrumental Analysis
SCI3308 Gathering and Presenting Evidence
SCM3305 Risk Assessment, Communication and Management
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2006 VET: 31/03/2006