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A7261 Chemical Instrumentation / Analytical Methods - BSc
  • Programme Code:
    A7261
    Course Level:
    Level 7
    Department:
    Applied Science
    CAO Points:
    One-year add-on programme​
    Duration:
    1 Year programme following Level 6 Higher Certificate LC261
    Campus:
    Limerick (Moylish)
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    What is the programme about?
    This programme is designed to enhance the skills of Chemists and Laboratory Technicians in analytical methods used for developing and testing chemical, pharmaceutical, food and drug products. It also builds and improves on the students’ knowledge of organic, inorganic and physical chemistry.

    Who is the programme suited to?
    Candidates who obtain a pass grade Higher Certificate (Level 6) in Applied Chemistry or similar programme may progress to the B.Sc. (Level 7) in Chemical Instrumentation/Analytical Methods.

    Top 3 Reasons
    1. This is the only programme in Chemical Instrumentation and Analytical methods in Ireland.
     
    2. A major sector for employment of these graduates is in Quality Control laboratories across the Pharmaceutical, Environmental and Food Science Industries.
     
    3. The Mid West region has a substantial scientific industrial base and LIT benefits from close contact with these industries.

    Class Contact Hours
    25 hours per week

    Did You Know?
    That this course offers a progression route to the BSc. (Honours) Chemical Instrumentation & Analysis within the Department of Applied Science.

 

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