Major in Environmental Chemistry (MJ0179.1)
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This major develops a sound understanding of a wide range of chemical principles and analytical and field applications as it applies to the analysis and interpretation of environmental problems. It provides a foundation for students pursuing a career in industry/government or as secondary chemistry teachers, and also in the support of research or professions in other scientific discipline areas. Together with the Major in Ecological Conservation (MJ0036), this major would provide a sound platform for continuing education in areas of environmental research, government or industry employment in many sectors.
To enrol in unit 3238 Research Project in Applied Science (3), students require an above average academic record, and permission of the Course coordinator based on a full statement of objective(s) and an outline of the study to be undertaken.
Please Note: Units marked with an * are no longer active, however students who have completed these units may still count them towards completion of this major or minor.