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CHEMICAL INSTRUMENTATION & ANALYSIS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS)


Add-on What is the programme about?


This programme produces highly qualified Chemists and Laboratory Technicians in the key area of Chemical Instrumentation and Analytical Methods.


Graduates will be specialists in the use of modern instrumental techniques to carry out chemical, pharmaceutical, drug, food and environmental analysis. It also builds and improves on the students’ knowledge of Laboratory Quality Assurance, Regulatory Affairs and Laboratory Management.


Who is the programme suited to?


Candidates who obtain a pass grade B.Sc. (Level 7) in Chemical Instrumentation/Analytical Methods or similar programme may progress to the BSc. (Honours) Chemical Instrumentation & Analysis.


Modules


Chromatographic Methods and Validation, Spectroscopic and Complementary Methods, Chemical & Instrumental Analysis, Special Topics, Integrated Management Systems with Advanced Statistics, Project.


What can I do after the programme?


The employment record of graduates of this programme continues to be one of the best in Ireland. The graduate is equipped with the skills and competence to gain employment in pharmaceutical, chemical, food or biotechnology industries; local authorities and other regulatory bodies. Graduates of this programme work as Analytical Chemists, Quality Assurance Specialists, Regulatory Affairs Specialists and at managerial level in international and smaller domestic companies such as Wyeth Nutritionals, Elan, Abbott, Vistakon and Roche.


Graduates also have the opportunity to pursue a Masters or Ph.D. by research. This programme is recognised by the Teaching Council. Graduates are eligible to apply for the Postgraduate Diploma in Education (formerly H.Dip.) and pursue a career in Science/Chemistry teaching in second level schools.


Add-on programme following on from Level 7 Degree A7261


Programme Code Add-on


Programme Level Level 8


Duration 1 year


Class Contact Hours 24 hours per week.


Location


Moylish Campus, Limerick


Minimum Entry Requirements: 1. A pass in a relevant Bachelor Degree (Level 7) in a relevant field with an overall average performance of at least 50%


2. An equivalent qualification to a Bachelor Degree (Level 7) with appropriate pre-requisite subjects. 3. A pass in a relevant Bachelor Degree (Level 7) with one year suitable and relevant work experience.


Apply directly to LIT - Tel: 061 293262. Email: admissions@lit.ie > 114 Undergraduate Prospectus 2017/2018 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION


Contact Dr. Michael Geary, Programme Leader


Tel: 061 293423 Email: michael.geary@lit.ie Web: www.lit.ie/Courses/A8261


Graduate Profile: Dr Caroline Griffin Currently working at: GSK, Carrigaline, Cork Job Title: Analytical Development Chemist


“My advice to students - if you are contemplating a degree in Science, I would recommend you


research the course content thoroughly and make sure it is as closely aligned as possible to what your interests are. Also, choose a course which has significant practical emphasis. Excellent laboratory skills are highly valued by employers.”


Department of Applied Science


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