Chemical and Biomolecular Sciences encompasses the study of analysing, transforming and manipulating substances and the molecular interpretation of the world around us. The Chemical and Biomolecular Sciences major is based on understanding molecules and how they are formed and interact and how molecules influence the structure and function of biological systems. The major emphasises chemistry at the interface of biology, enabling students to gain theoretical knowledge and practical experience in a range of subject areas, including: analytical chemistry physical chemistry organic chemistry biochemistry microbiology molecular biology genomics KEY FEATURES A major in Chemical and Biomolecular Sciences offers a path into many chemistry and bio-industries including those engaged in chemical analysis, medical research, pharmaceuticals, diagnostics and biotechnology and provides an excellent foundation for postgraduate studies. The integration of chemical and biomolecular sciences allows you to understand health and disease, and advance new molecular technologies SUITABLE FOR The major is ideal for students with broad interests in the chemical, biochemical and medical sciences. Career Opportunities A Macquarie course can set your dream career in motion.
|Institution Name||Macquarie University|
|Campus Location||North Ryde|
|Course Duration||3 years|
|Course University||Macquarie University|
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