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Chemistry (Graduate Certificate - Graduate Diploma)

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  • Objectives
    If you have already studied chemistry at degree level or equivalent, and wish to update your knowledge – either to progress in your career or in education, or simply to keep abreast of the latest advances in the subject – then you will be interested in this Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Knowledge of chemistry to degree level.
  • Academic Title
    Chemistry (Graduate Certificate / Graduate Diploma)
  • Course description
    You have a wide choice of subject areas, such as:

    -Atomic and Mass Spectrometry
    -Biological Chemistry
    -Colloids, Polymers and Surface Science
    -Electrochemistry
    -Environmental Chemistry
    -Organic Synthesis and Mechanism
    -Photochemistry and Concerted Reactions
    -Quantum and Statistical Mechanics
    -Spectroscopic Methods in Chemistry
    -Transition Metals and Organometallic Chemistry. 

    Most of these modulesare worth 15 credits. For the Graduate Certificate, you
    -take modules to the value of 60 credits, and for the Graduate Diploma, you -take modules to the value of 120 credits, normally over one or two years.

    Teaching
    A combination of lectures and laboratory practical classes. Some modules also involve computer-based learning.

    Assessment
    By examination, a report on practical work or coursework. Plus a dissertation and/or small research project.

    When to apply
    -We suggest you apply as early as possible.
    -Interviews by arrangement.

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