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1 Programme Specification GENERAL INFORMATION Awarding Institution//Body Teaching Institution* Validated/Franchised/Licensed (if appropriate) Programme accredited by (including date accreditation)* Programme approved by (including date & minute number Senate) Final award Programme title* UCAS code (if applicable) University Bath University Bath Royal Society Chemistry (last approved 2012) BSc in Chemistry, Chemistry with a Year and Chemistry with Industrial Training: Modularised programmes approved BSc with in Europe and Industrial Experience: Senate BSc (Hons) Students leaving an undergraduate programme prematurely may be eligible for a Certificate Higher Education ( or a Diploma Higher Education ( BSc Chemistry (USCH-AFB01) BSc Chemistry with Industrial Training (USCH- AKB02) BSc Chemistry with Year (USCH- AAB02) BSc Chemistry: F100 BSc Chemistry with Industrial Training: F101 BSc Chemistry with Year : F107 Subject Benchmark Statement* QAA Chemistry Benchmark (Dec 14) s/sbs-chemistry-14.pdf Intended level completed programme (in line with FHEQ eg 5,, 7,)* Duration programme & mode study* Date Specification preparation/revision* August 201 BSc Chemistry: 3 years full time BSc Chemistry with Industrial Training: 3 years full time, 1 year placement BSc Chemistry with Year : 3 years full time, 1 year study year abroad Applicable to cohorts For students commencing in September 201 Synopsis and academic coherence programme* Based at the University Bath campus, the BSc Chemistry programmes are designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to understand, analyse and practice chemistry across a range applications as well as to develop key skills appropriate to a wide range careers. The first two years study are common to all programmes and are designed to provide a broad foundation both subject-specific and generic knowledge and skills across a broad range chemical topics. In addition to the specified chemistry, students in Year 1 are

2 required to take 12 credits optional that can be in a non-chemical subject area. In the first and second years, students may also elect to study up to credits worth additional, the most common example being the study a language. Year 3 may comprise the final year study or may involve undertaking a paid placement in an industrial setting or studying at an overseas institution with whom we have an exchange agreement. When Year 3 is spent on placement or at an overseas university, the final academic year will be Year 4. The academic components the BSc Chemistry programmes are therefore identical. The structure the final year allows students to refine their studies in areas specific interest or relevance to their intended career choice. Core chemistry lecture and practical are taken. In addition, a choice optional lecture is available and students have considerable choice subject area for their project or dissertation depending on the aspect chemistry in which they seek to specialise. Educational aims the programme* The portfolio programmes fered by the Department Chemistry is designed to equip students to become pressional scientists or for more broadly-based scientific careers. Our overall aim is to provide the highest quality teaching in chemistry and the skills essential for its communication and implementation. This is achieved in a modern and well equipped learning environment with pastoral and academic support that ensures our students have the opportunity to reach their full potential. The specific aims the BSc (Honours) Chemistry programmes are: To maintain and enhance the sense enthusiasm for chemistry; To provide a sound background in all aspects chemistry, including material at the forefront current research; To provide a knowledge base in chemistry and to develop an understanding theories chemical behaviour; To develop competency in experimental chemistry; To develop the ability to analyse, integrate and apply new information and techniques; To provide opportunities to develop a range generic skills that are important in both chemical and non-chemical careers; To fer a structured coherent but flexible programme relevant to the needs employers and society; To fulfil the academic requirements the Royal Society Chemistry to be eligible for admission as Associate Member (AMRSC) status on graduation. Intended learning outcomes * (including teaching, learning and assessment methods, specifying those applicable for interim awards where appropriate) The programmes provide opportunities for students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding, qualities, skills and other attributes in the following areas. The programme outcomes have been developed with reference to the QAA subject benchmark statement: Knowledge & Understanding: To demonstrate a systematic understanding across a broad range chemical topics; To describe selected recent developments in the major branches chemistry; To explore the boundary knowledge in selected areas chemistry, both through study and discussion literature and by advanced teaching by active researchers; To use, evaluate and apply as appropriate a variety teaching and learning methods, including developing an ability to learn independently; To experience the process scientific investigation by means an investigative project and demonstrate how this may be applied to a

3 chemical problem; To appreciate and relate the impact chemistry in the modern world. Intellectual Skills: To propose and apply creative solutions to chemical problems; To integrate and evaluate information and data from a variety sources in order to gain a coherent understanding theory and practice. Pressional Practical Skills: The ability to undertake competent, safe, evaluative, reflective and effective practical work; The ability to critically analyse experimental results and determine their strength and validity. Transferable/Key Skills: To communicate effectively in a variety formats in order to present the results project work; To work effectively as part a team; To demonstrate the ability to manage time, prioritise workloads, and utilise long- and shortterm planning skills; To learn independently in familiar and unfamiliar situations with open-mindedness and in the spirit critical enquiry; To communicate conclusions clearly to specialist and non-specialist audiences. Structure and content the programme (including potential stopping f points) Full details the core and optional are given in the Programme Descriptions (appended). A variety teaching methods is used as appropriate to the unit being studied. Most new information is introduced by way lectures supported by problem classes. In addition, in Years 1 and 2, students attend small-group tutorials each week with a member staff. Time is devoted to directed reading, the use online resources and independent study. Approximately 20% the programme in Years 1 & 2 will be spent on laboratory-based practical work. Advanced practical work and a project or dissertation form a significant part the final year. At the end Year 1, students can elect to transfer onto Chemistry for Drug Discovery, Chemistry with Management or Chemistry with Education if the appropriate optional have been studied, subject to meeting any progression requirements (subject to NFAAR). Students can elect to transfer onto an MChem programme at the end Years 1 or 2, subject to obtaining the appropriate threshold marks (overall stage averages 50% in Year 1, 55% in Year 2). Students on the BSc Chemistry programme can transfer onto the MChem Chemistry programme during Year 3 subject to gaining a credit-weighted average mark 0% in Semester 1 and having studied the appropriate. Students who are eligible to transfer, and who wish to do so should inform the Director Studies their intention no later than the end March. Details work placements / work-based learning / industrial training / study abroad requirements Year 3 may be spent undertaking an industrial placement or study year abroad in addition to the three academic years study. The placement is an integral part the learning and teaching processes the degree and is fully assessed, though does not carry a contribution to the degree classification. Industrial Training Year Pressional or industrial placements for a year or a semester are particularly supported at Bath by specialised staff and these arrangements are demonstrably effective for improving degree grade and employability within six months graduation. s are arranged in

4 conjunction with the departmental s Tutor. After a detailed briefing, students choose from a list 0+ companies with whom the department has built up a constructive relationship over the 35 years that the placement scheme has been in operation. A CV and/or application form is completed and submitted with a tutor reference usually by electronic means. Advice is given as to CV preparation and interview techniques in conjunction with the University Careers Service. While on the placement, students will be paid a salary. By undertaking the Industrial Training year, a student should be able to: Apply academic knowledge to real-world applications chemistry in an industrial setting; Analyse, interpret and report scientific and/or commercial information; icipate constructively in discussions concerning their work and contribute ideas as appropriate; Demonstrate pressional attitudes to work including reliability, planning and time management skills, the ability to operate as part a team and to respond to leadership; Investigate and analyse aspects the pressional practice chemistry in their organisation; Organise a personal work schedule effectively, including the setting targets and objectives; icipate in an extended programme chemical work and to develop practical skills appropriate to the area work; Demonstrate innovative or original approaches to the work, problem-solving and analytical skills. During the placement, all students will be visited by a member staff from the Department. They also maintain contact via the VLE and . In addition, all students will be expected to return to the University to attend a Conference at which they will make a presentation on their placement. More information is available in the University s QA Code Practice statement on Learning: Year abroad A number opportunities exist in North America, Europe and beyond for overseas study. The schemes are overseen by a Year Tutor and operate in collaboration with the University s International Office. Details potential host institutions are available from the Department. Prior to leaving Bath, students will be briefed as to the academic requirements the year, which may include undertaking a research project and the opportunity to broaden a student s interest by studying a limited number non-chemical topics. The precise content the year will vary with the host institution but before commencing study, the programme work will be agreed with the SYA tutor and approved by the Department Learning, Teaching and Quality Committee (DLTQC). By undertaking the Year a student should have: Developed communication skills, self-confidence and maturity, and the ability to work and interact effectively in a group environment where cultural norms and working practices may be different from those previously familiar; Improved their knowledge the host language the host country, where this is not English. In some cases this may involve comprehension and communication chemical ideas in a foreign language; Broadened and consolidated their academic horizons by attending approved courses at the host institution; Students maintain close contact with the department via the VLE and , and are ten visited by a member staff from the Department. Details support available to students (e.g. induction programmes, programme information, resources) Common with all other programmes fered by the Department Chemistry, undergraduate students will be allocated a Personal Tutor who is responsible for monitoring and supporting their academic progress and their general welfare. Staff in these roles will be able to respond

5 to many the questions and concerns raised by their students. However, there is also a range specialist student support services that will fer both information and advice to support these staff working with their students, as well as take referrals to work more directly with the students. Students can also self-refer to these services. The support services can provide information, advice and support in relation to accommodation, emotional difficulties, assessment needs and provision support relating to disability, student funding, general welfare, academic problems, student discipline and complaints, careers, international students, spiritual matters, part time work, security and personal safety. The Students Union can also provide advocacy for students. More information about these services can be accessed via: All students are allocated three discipline-specific tutors who monitor and support academic progress in the areas organic, inorganic and physical chemistry; students meet one these tutors each week during Years 1 and 2. The Department Chemistry fers an Induction programme to all new students as part a university-wide Week 0, including department-oriented sessions on course structure, the tutor system, placement opportunities, seeking help etc. All Year 1 students are provided with a Programme Handbook, which is available electronically to all students via the VLE. The Programme Handbook provides detailed information on a range topics including programme structure, options, assessments and student representation. University Bath students attending programmes study at the Claverton Campus are usually encouraged to stay in University halls residence during their first year and will be supported in their transition into University life and study by Resident Tutors. These are postgraduate students or staff who live in the halls residence and are responsible for the general welfare, health and safety and discipline student residents. There are also Medical and Dental Centres, and a Chaplaincy on campus that are very experienced in meeting the needs a student population, as well as a University nursery and vacation play scheme to provide childcare for older children during the school holidays. Admissions criteria (including arrangements for APL/APEL) The admissions criteria are common to all programmes fered by the Department Chemistry. Current entry requirements can be found at: The English language requirements for the programmes are the University Bath's minimum requirements. Further details are available: Summary assessment and progression regulations Assessment and progression regulations are common to all programmes fered by the Department Chemistry, and determined by the new framework for assessment (NFAAR). The programme is fully compliant with the new framework for assessment, details which can be found at: With respect to the BSc Chemistry with Industrial Training programme, to pass the placement year (CH30054), students will be expected to Undertake a minimum 44 weeks employment; Receive, upon completion, a satisfactory report from their supervisor; Complete a satisfactory final report, marked by a member staff in the Department Chemistry; Have given a short presentation on their placement to a peer group audience, normally at the annual placement conference. A fail in this unit will require the student to transfer to the BSc (Hons) Chemistry (USCH- AFB01) programme. In addition, any student failing to secure a placement will transfer onto this DAP. With respect to the BSc Chemistry with Year programme, to pass the placement year (CH30058), students will be expected to

6 Undertake a full academic year at the overseas institution; Pass or have condoned the equivalent to at least 48 Bath credits. A fail in this unit will require the student to transfer to the BSc (Hons) Chemistry (USCH- AFB01) programme. In addition, any student failing to secure a year abroad place will transfer onto this DAP. Indicators quality and standards (e.g. pressional accreditation) The University Bath is a top-ranking University, usually in the Top 10 in the UK, with a strong and growing international reputation. It was the Times and Sunday Times Campus University the Year 2014, and first in the National Student Survey for student satisfaction in The Department Chemistry has a strong record for both teaching and research. It was joint fifth for student satisfaction amongst UK chemistry departments in the National Student Survey 2013 and in the top three for EPSRC grant income in All current degree programmes in fered by the Department Chemistry (BSc, MChem, MSci) were accredited by the Royal Society Chemistry in August Pressional bodies such as the Royal Society Chemistry require particular standards and content in our programmes so that students exit able to claim pressional registration or recognition, enabling them to progress successfully in their subsequent careers. Current pressional accreditations are reviewed periodically by the bodies concerned. They are shown against each relevant programme in the prospectus. The full list can be seen here: To assure continuing excellence in its quality and standards, the University Bath has a quality management framework including: 1. A Quality Assurance Code Practice, and associated regulations and policies : 2. A learning, teaching and quality committee structure which monitors quality and standards and instigates action for enhancement. For further information: Governance: Review and Monitoring: 3. Staff development arrangements that assist staff in enhancing their own performance as educators, as researchers or as pressional support services staff. Further information: Students are involved in many these processes. The emphasis here is upon the informed student voice - engaging with students as academic citizens to ensure they have opportunities to take an active part in shaping their own learning. A more detailed overview the University s Quality Management framework is set out in this summary document: The University s management its academic standards and quality is subject to external institutional review by the Quality Assurance Agency on a six year cycle. In its 2013 Institutional Review, the QAA confirmed that the University met its expectations for the management standards, the quality learning opportunities, the enhancement learning opportunities. The University was commended on its provision information. Pressional or industrial placements for a year or a semester are particularly supported at Bath by specialised staff and these arrangements are demonstrably effective for improving degree grade and employability within six months graduation. Sources other information Departmental website :

7 Programme Code: USCH-AFB01 Programme Title: BSc (Hons) Chemistry Award Type: Bachelor Science with Honours Award Title: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY Mode Attendance: Full-time State if coexistent M-level programme: State any designated alternative programme(s): Approving body and date approval: Year 1 or 1 1 AY CH10133 Atomic structure, bonding and the ic Table Compulsory 12 CH10135 Fundamentals organic chemistry Compulsory 12 CH10137 From molecules to materials Compulsory 12 PH10007 Mathematical methods for physics 1 Optional 12 S1 CH10009 Foundation chemistry laboratory Compulsory Y CH10191 Chemistry the cell CH10225 The chemistry everyday things BB10012 Ecology & evolution 1 ED10001 Exploring effective learning 1 MA10103 Foundation mathematics 1 unit or PH10007 MN10070 Business economics PH10007 Mathematics for scientists 1 Approved credit language option (Foreign Languages FL10273 Centre) S2 CH10193 General practical chemistry Compulsory Y CH10192 The chemistry physiology and drug properties 1 CH1022 Introduction to environmental and sustainable chemistry unit or PH You can only select BB10205 Ecology and evolution 2 BB10205, ED10002 Learning: theory & context ED10002, CH10192, CH10214 Mathematics for chemistry MN10248 or FL10274 if you MN10248 Introduction to accounting select the unit it FL10274 follows on from in Approved credit language option (Foreign Languages Semester 1. Centre)

8 Year 2 or 2 2 AY CH20147 Inorganic synthesis, structure and reactivity Compulsory 12 Organic synthesis, reaction mechanisms and CH20149 spectroscopy Compulsory 12 CH20151 Principles physical chemistry Compulsory 12 S1 CH20195 Analytical chemistry Compulsory CH20020 Inorganic chemistry laboratory 2 Compulsory 3 Y CH20022 Physical chemistry laboratory 2 You will be 3 Y assigned one CH20023 Computational chemistry laboratory these in S1 3 Y S2 CH20194 Liquids and solutions Compulsory 3 CH2014 Symmetry and group theory Compulsory 3 CH20021 Organic chemistry laboratory 2 Compulsory 3 Y CH20022 Physical chemistry laboratory 2 You will be 3 Y assigned one CH20023 Computational chemistry laboratory these in S2 3 Y Year 3 Students must select CH30144, CH30159, both CH30050 and CH3003, or both CH30050 and CH30232 during this year the programme. or 3 3 AY CH30189 General chemistry Compulsory 3 S1 S2 CH30144 Dissertation 18 CH30159 University ambassadors scheme: science 18 CH30050 The chemical literature CH30043 Advanced practical chemistry Compulsory CH30127 Topics in inorganic chemistry I Compulsory 3 CH30128 Topics in organic chemistry I Compulsory 3 CH30129 Topics in physical chemistry I Compulsory 3 CH30203 Radiochemistry 1 3 CH30235 Organic chemistry biomolecules unit 3 CH30204 Analytical chemistry in context ED30005 Science education in practice 1 MN20072 Managing human resources unit ZZ30001 Director Studies approved unit CH3003 Chemistry project 12 CH30232 Engaging the public with chemistry research 12 CH30037 Synthesis medicinal compounds CH30039 Computational chemistry 3 CH3005 Biosynthesis and bio-transformations 3 CH3008 Physical organic chemistry between 3 and 5 3 CH3008 Inorganic chemistry in biological systems 3 CH30157 Chemistry functional materials 3 CH3012 Advanced organometallic chemistry 3 3

9 CH30211 Chemistry beyond the molecule 3 CH30212 Contemporary main group chemistry 3 CH30219 Organic and inorganic aspects homogeneous catalysis 3 CH30220 Chemical thermodynamics in context 3 CH30221 Sustainable chemistry in context 3 CH30227 Advanced spectroscopic techniques 3 CH30230 DNA in the modern world 3 CH30231 Porous materials 3 CH3023 Organic functional materials and devices 3 CH30237 X-ray and neutron techniques for chemists 3 ED3000 Issues in science education MN20073 Marketing XX30172 State the planet ZZ30004 Director Studies approved unit ZZ30012 Director Studies approved unit 3

10 Programme Code: USCH-AAB02 Programme Title: BSc (Hons) Chemistry with Year abroad Award Type: Bachelor Science with Honours Award Title: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY Mode Attendance: Year State if coexistent M-level programme: State any designated alternative programme(s): BSc (hons) Chemistry (USCH-AFB01) Approving body and date approval: Year 1 or 1 1 AY CH10133 Atomic structure, bonding and the ic Table Compulsory 12 CH10135 Fundamentals organic chemistry Compulsory 12 CH10137 From molecules to materials Compulsory 12 PH10007 Mathematical methods for physics 1 Optional 12 S1 CH10009 Foundation chemistry laboratory Compulsory Y CH10191 Chemistry the cell CH10225 The chemistry everyday things BB10012 Ecology & evolution 1 ED10001 Exploring effective learning 1 unit or PH10007 MA10103 Foundation mathematics 1 MN10070 Business economics Approved credit language option (Foreign Languages FL10273 Centre) S2 CH10193 General practical chemistry Compulsory Y CH10192 The chemistry physiology and drug properties 1 CH1022 Introduction to environmental and sustainable chemistry unit or PH You can only select BB10205 Ecology and evolution 2 BB10205, ED10002, ED10002 Learning: theory & context CH10192, CH10214 Mathematics for chemistry MN10248 or FL10274 if you MN10248 Introduction to accounting select the unit it FL10274 Approved credit language option (Foreign Languages follows on from in Centre) Semester 1.

11 Year 2 or 2 2 AY CH20147 Inorganic synthesis, structure and reactivity Compulsory 12 Organic synthesis, reaction mechanisms and CH20149 spectroscopy Compulsory 12 CH20151 Principles physical chemistry Compulsory 12 S1 CH20195 Analytical chemistry Compulsory CH20020 Inorganic chemistry laboratory 2 Compulsory 3 Y CH20022 Physical chemistry laboratory 2 You will be 3 Y assigned one CH20023 Computational chemistry laboratory these in S1 3 Y S2 CH20194 Liquids and solutions Compulsory 3 CH2014 Symmetry and group theory Compulsory 3 CH20021 Organic chemistry laboratory 2 Compulsory 3 Y CH20022 Physical chemistry laboratory 2 You will be 3 Y assigned one CH20023 Computational chemistry laboratory these in S2 3 Y Year 3 or 2 3 AY CH30058 year abroad (BSc Hons and MSci) Compulsory 0

12 Year 4 Students must select CH30144, CH30159, both CH30050 and CH3003, or both CH30050 and CH30232 during this year the programme. or 3 4 AY CH30189 General chemistry Compulsory 3 S1 S2 CH30144 Dissertation 18 CH30159 University ambassadors scheme: science 18 CH30050 The chemical literature CH30043 Advanced practical chemistry Compulsory CH30127 Topics in inorganic chemistry I Compulsory 3 CH30128 Topics in organic chemistry I Compulsory 3 CH30129 Topics in physical chemistry I Compulsory 3 CH30203 Radiochemistry 1 3 CH30235 Organic chemistry biomolecules unit 3 CH30204 Analytical chemistry in context ED30005 Science education in practice 1 MN20072 Managing human resources unit ZZ30001 Director Studies approved unit CH3003 Chemistry project 12 CH30232 Engaging the public with chemistry research 12 CH30037 Synthesis medicinal compounds CH30039 Computational chemistry 3 CH3005 Biosynthesis and bio-transformations 3 CH3008 Physical organic chemistry 3 CH3008 Inorganic chemistry in biological systems 3 CH30157 Chemistry functional materials 3 CH3012 Advanced organometallic chemistry 3 CH30211 Chemistry beyond the molecule 3 CH30212 Contemporary main group chemistry between 3 and 5 3 CH30219 Organic and inorganic aspects homogeneous catalysis 3 CH30220 Chemical thermodynamics in context 3 CH30221 Sustainable chemistry in context 3 CH30227 Advanced spectroscopic techniques 3 CH30230 DNA in the modern world 3 CH30231 Porous materials 3 CH3023 Organic functional materials and devices 3 CH30237 X-ray and neutron techniques for chemists ED3000 Issues in science education MN20073 Marketing XX30172 ZZ30004 State the planet Director Studies approved unit ZZ30012 Director Studies approved unit 3 x

13 Programme Code: USCH-AKB02 Programme Title: BSc (Hons) Chemistry with Industrial Training Award Type: Bachelor Science with Honours Award Title: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY Mode Attendance: Thick Sandwich State if coexistent M-level programme: State any designated alternative programme(s): BSc (Hons) Chemistry (USCH-AFB01) Approving body and date approval: Year 1 or 1 1 AY CH10133 Atomic structure, bonding and the ic Table Compulsory 12 CH10135 Fundamentals organic chemistry Compulsory 12 CH10137 From molecules to materials Compulsory 12 PH10007 Mathematical methods for physics 1 Optional 12 S1 CH10009 Foundation chemistry laboratory Compulsory Y CH10191 Chemistry the cell CH10225 The chemistry everyday things BB10012 Ecology & evolution 1 ED10001 Exploring effective learning 1 unit or PH10007 MA10103 Foundation mathematics 1 MN10070 Business economics Approved credit language option (Foreign Languages FL10273 Centre) S2 CH10193 General practical chemistry Compulsory Y CH10192 The chemistry physiology and drug properties 1 CH1022 Introduction to environmental and sustainable chemistry unit or PH You can only select BB10205 Ecology and evolution 2 BB10205, ED10002, ED10002 Learning: theory & context CH10192, CH10214 Mathematics for chemistry MN10248 or FL10274 if you MN10248 Introduction to accounting select the unit it FL10274 Approved credit language option (Foreign Languages follows on from in Centre) Semester 1.

14 Year 2 or 2 2 AY CH20147 Inorganic synthesis, structure and reactivity Compulsory 12 Organic synthesis, reaction mechanisms and CH20149 spectroscopy Compulsory 12 CH20151 Principles physical chemistry Compulsory 12 S1 CH20195 Analytical chemistry Compulsory CH20020 Inorganic chemistry laboratory 2 Compulsory 3 Y CH20022 Physical chemistry laboratory 2 You will be 3 Y assigned one CH20023 Computational chemistry laboratory these in S1 3 Y S2 CH20194 Liquids and solutions Compulsory 3 CH2014 Symmetry and group theory Compulsory 3 CH20021 Organic chemistry laboratory 2 Compulsory 3 Y CH20022 Physical chemistry laboratory 2 You will be 3 Y assigned one CH20023 Computational chemistry laboratory these in S2 3 Y Year 3 or 2 3 AY CH30054 Industrial placement (BSc Hons) Compulsory 0

15 Year 4 Students must select CH30144, CH30159, both CH30050 and CH3003, or both CH30050 and CH30232 during this year the programme. or 3 4 AY CH30189 General chemistry Compulsory 3 S1 S2 CH30144 Dissertation 18 CH30159 University ambassadors scheme: science 18 CH30050 The chemical literature CH30043 Advanced practical chemistry Compulsory CH30127 Topics in inorganic chemistry I Compulsory 3 CH30128 Topics in organic chemistry I Compulsory 3 CH30129 Topics in physical chemistry I Compulsory 3 CH30203 Radiochemistry 1 3 CH30235 Organic chemistry biomolecules unit 3 CH30204 Analytical chemistry in context ED30005 Science education in practice 1 MN20072 Managing human resources unit ZZ30001 Director Studies approved unit CH3003 Chemistry project 12 CH30232 Engaging the public with chemistry research 12 CH30037 Synthesis medicinal compounds CH30039 Computational chemistry 3 CH3005 Biosynthesis and bio-transformations 3 CH3008 Physical organic chemistry 3 CH3008 Inorganic chemistry in biological systems 3 CH30157 Chemistry functional materials 3 CH3012 Advanced organometallic chemistry 3 CH30211 Chemistry beyond the molecule 3 CH30212 Contemporary main group chemistry between 3 and 5 3 CH30219 Organic and inorganic aspects homogeneous catalysis 3 CH30220 Chemical thermodynamics in context 3 CH30221 Sustainable chemistry in context 3 CH30227 Advanced spectroscopic techniques 3 CH30230 DNA in the modern world 3 CH30231 Porous materials 3 CH3023 Organic functional materials and devices 3 CH30237 X-ray and neutron techniques for chemists 3 ED3000 Issues in science education MN20073 Marketing XX30172 ZZ30004 State the planet Director Studies approved unit ZZ30012 Director Studies approved unit 3