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Comments about BA Biological & Medicinal Chemistry - At the institution - London - Greater London
One of the most significant contributions of chemistry to our well-being has been through our understanding of the chemistry of natural systems, and our ability to modify them to our advantage. As understanding of biological processes at the molecular level increases, chemists are needed to design molecules to accomplish specific diagnostic and curative tasks within living organisms.
You are normally expected to have GCSE English and Mathematics at grade C or above (or equivalent). Successful applicants are normally expected to achieve one of the following: at least 160 points from two or more A-levels, including chemistry; or at least 160 points from two A-levels (Applied subjects) in science; or a BTEC National Diploma in Science with MMP and at least four merits in the final year, excluding common skills. Entry from appropriate Foundation/ Access courses will also be considered.
BA Biological & Medicinal Chemistry
You study eight modules at each level.
General Chemistry Laboratory Skills
Professional Studies Organic Chemistry I
Human Structure and Function
Practical Chemistry II
Bioanalytical Techniques I
Organic Chemistry II
Practical Chemistry IV
Metals in Pharmaceutical Science
Project Preparation Polymer Materials and Applications Drug Delivery Systems
Organic Chemistry III Medicinal Chemistry
Project (double module)
Clinical Biochemistry Bioanalytical Techniques II