Glyndwr University School of Business

Chemistry with Green Nanotechnology

Glyndwr University School of Business
In Wrexham

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Wrexham (Wales)
Start Different dates available
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Wrexham (Wales)
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    Different dates available
Description

Why choose this course? This degree is for those who have an interest in chemistry and a desire to explore the frontline of science. This programme combines chemistry with green nanotechnology in order to solve a wide range of issues.   Chemistry is central to science and the chemical industry is the UK’s largest manufacturing export sector. The transitions from an oil based economy to a bio based one in order to develop a truly sustainable manufacturing industry is reliant largely upon new technologies such as green chemistry and nanotechnology green nanotechnology looks at unique way in which technology can benefit the environment.   Nanotechnology enables us to manipulate matter at the molecular and atomic level and this degree reflects the very latest developments in this field. In modern times nanotechnology has become increasingly important. It has many uses from developing solutions for environmental sustainability to medical applications. This is a rapidly growing field which has enormous economic, social and environmental benefits and offers excellent career opportunities.   You can also choose to study this course as a foundation year BSc (Hons) Chemistry with Green Nanotechnology (4 years including foundation year) UCAS code:3NB8

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Wrexham
Mold Road, LL11 2AW, Wrexham, Wales
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Starts Different dates available
Location
Wrexham
Mold Road, LL11 2AW, Wrexham, Wales
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What you'll learn on the course

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Nanotechnology
Green
Green Chemistry
Industry
Skills and Training

Course programme

  • Strong links with the local chemistry industry such as NU Instruments.
  • Dedicated chemical and instrumental analysis labs to allow students hands-on practical experience.
  • Research led and informed modules on chemistry and nanotechnology.
  • A teaching programme which ensures a highly supportive learning environment.
  • Tutorial support through the medium of Welsh.
  • You will have a personal supervisor to oversee academic progress and personal welfare.
  • As a student on this course you will be eligible to become a student member of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and engage with North Wales RSC events.

This is a practical laboratory based course and students will receive both a strong background in both theory and laboratory practice. This programme has been designed to offer students three components:

  • A solid foundation in the theory of chemistry and green nanotechnology
  • Practical skills and knowledge useful for employment in the chemical sector
  • Transferable skills valued by employers

Year 1 (Level 4)

An understanding of the fundamental concepts, principles and theories in chemistry. Competence of working safely in a chemistry laboratory and being able to conduct documented laboratory procedures and measurement of chemical properties under the guidance of a tutor. Demonstrate basic numeracy, algebraic and statistical competence and ability to manipulate data related to scientific problems.

Modules

  • Introduction to Chemistry
  • Maths and Statistics in Science
  • Academic Study Skills
  • Laboratory Chemistry Analysis
  • Introduction to Nanotechnology
  • Inorganic and Materials Chemistry

Year 2 (Level 5)

Builds on the concepts and skills acquired at level 4 in addition to understanding and explanation of selected topics in green chemistry, material science and nanotechnology at the leading edge of research.

Modules

  • Green Chemistry
  • Analytical Methods
  • Physical world
  • Instrumental Analysis
  • Laboratory Instrumental Analysis
  • Research Methods- Theory and Practice

Year 3 (Level 6)

Students will acquire a critical understanding and application of the higher level concepts, principles and theories in chemistry as well as a critical understanding and explanation of advanced topics in green chemistry, material science and nanotechnology.

Modules

  • Research Project
  • Drugs and Toxicology
  • Polymer Chemistry and Formulations
  • Topics in Nanotechnology
  • Structure and Synthesis
  • Advanced Green Chemistry

The information listed in this section is an overview of the academic content of the programme that will take the form of either core or option modules. Modules are designated as core or option in accordance with professional body requirements and internal academic framework review, so may be subject to change.


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