• The University of Southampton’s MSc Instrumental Analytical Chemistry masters degree

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    August 9, 2017 /  Composer & Instrument
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    At the University of Southampton our MSc Instrumental Analytical Chemistry masters degree is structured around a solid core comprised of the three main analytical techniques. These comprise: mass spectrometry, NMR spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction.

    Modules within this chemistry masters programme make use of a range of learning, teaching and assessment methods based around a core of lectures, practical experimentation, and private research and study.

    As well as summative coursework assignments, many modules on this chemistry masters degree will also make use of formative coursework in the form of short reports and presentations. Formative development will be in the form of reflective, peer group and tutor-led exercises – both theoretical and practical.

    Group and team working are also a key component of this chemistry masters programme, with some coursework being carried out in groups and the learning results presented to the class. A key theme throughout the programme is that of management of facilities, projects and people, which provides an alternative dimension to learning.

    Taught modules on this chemistry masters programme primarily consist of core material and are delivered in the form of lectures, partly with integral small group exercises and practical experimentation, which has a strong individual and hands-on ethic. As a student you will benefit from unhindered access to a dedicated educational instrument-based laboratory.

    Senior Lecturer Dr Simon Coles, said of this chemistry masters programme: -This qualification will enable graduates to embark on rewarding managerial and scientific careers both in industry and academia. Around the world, new universities are being established and innovative companies are being launched. They are investing in the latest analytical equipment and will want to recruit people who know how to get the most out of it.-

    Find out more about this chemistry masters programme by visiting the University of Southampton’s Chemistry website. The address is www.southampton.ac.uk/chemistry

    Find out more about this chemistry masters programme by visiting the University of Southampton’s Chemistry website. The address is www.southampton.ac.uk/chemistry

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