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BScHons in Chemistry (Code 02240123)

a. Admission requirements
An appropriate BSc degree with at least 60% for Chemistry at 300-level.

b. Duration of programme
The programme normally extends over one year for full-time students. The curriculum comprises an advanced study of the four major fields of chemistry.

c. Closing date for applications
Applications for 2018 have closed. Prospective 2019 students must apply for admission online before 31 August and will be notified of the outcome by 15 December. Details of the curriculum and the contents of the different modules can be viewed on the University web page under Yearbooks. You can also download the BSc Hons (Chemistry) prospectus attached at the bottom of the page.

d. Pass requirements:
A final mark of 50% for each module. To continue to a second semester, a minimum of 40% is required in each module in the first semester. The registration of students who do not meet this requirement will be terminated at the end of the first semester.

e. Programme composition

Code

Module

Credits

CMY 706

Analytical chemistry A 706

10

CMY 707

Analytical chemistry B 707

10

CMY 708

Organic chemistry A 708

10

CMY 708

Organic chemistry B 709

10

CMY 714

Inorganic chemistry A 714

10

CMY 715

Inorganic chemistry B 715

10

CMY 716

Physical chemistry A 716

10

CMY 717

Physical chemistry A 717

10

CMY 718

Organic / Inorganic Project 718

20

CMY 719

Analytical / Physical Project 719

20

CMY 730

Advanced practical techniques 730

15

Total credits required: 

135

For more information on each module go to the Yearbook on the University website and click on the module name listed on the curriculum page.

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