Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
With a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, you could play a leading role in the fight against disease, criminal investigations, developing sustainable industrial processes, discovering new materials for use in nanotechnology and much more. You'll develop a broad range of professional, problem solving and personal skills which are widely sought by employers. Employment opportunities for Chemistry graduates are bright, especially if you combine this major with other disciplines. When you graduate, you could pursue a career in research, teaching, the arts, and business. You could even explore roles in law and accounting firms, NGOs, and government policy positions at a local, national or international level.
Recommended double majors include Environmental Science, Forensic Biology and Toxicology, Mathematics and Statistics, Mineral Science, Molecular Biology or Physics and Nanotechnology.
Standard entry requirements
- Year 12 or equivalent
- Selection via ATAR
- Mature age entry via STAT: or TAFE Certificate IV or higher
- English language competency
If you study the right combination of units, you'll be eligible for membership of the professional organisation for chemists, and the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI).
An Honours year is available for suitable applicants.
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|Perth campus||International: $98,422||No information available||Yes||No information available|
Most units of the course are available externally. Students enrolling in units that have a practical component must make allowance for on-campus attendance to complete the practical work. The on-campus sessions for external students are generally held in a one week block; the dates are published in each unit guide.