Environmental chemistry, biochemistry, food chemistry and analytical techniques are the main emphasis of chemistry at AUT, where we look at the application of chemistry to real world circumstances.
You will acquire a broad understanding of the research and industry related fields involving chemistry in New Zealand and globally. In addition you also develop the essential practical laboratory skills needed to be successful in scientific employment.
Below is a summary only. For a comprehensive overview of this qualification, please refer to the Academic calendar.
You will study core or compulsory papers from across the degree.
775205 General and Organic Chemistry *
555301 Knowledge, Enquiry and Communication
555401 Health and Environment
775318 Form and Function of Plants and Animals *
775102 Biological Chemistry *
775317 Ecology and Evolution *
775611 Biophysics *
Plus 1 elective at level 5 (or above).
You take papers from your major area(s) of study and undertake your research project.
Plus 3 electives at Level 6 (and above).
Year 3 papers
777214 Advanced Environmental and Inorganic Chemistry or 777211 Instrumental Analytical Chemistry
776411 Food Chemistry I *
777416 Food Chemistry II *
777115 Natural Products * or 777215 Advanced Organic Chemistry
or 776221 Inorganic, Physical and Environmental Chemistry
Plus 1 elective at Level 6 (and above).
1. To fulfil the Chemistry Science Major you must take all of the papers marked * in Years 1 and Year 2 and at least three out of 5 papers marked * in Year 3.
2. Research Project 777003 is a two semester paper.
3. One mathematics paper is required in the major.
You may wish to select paper 146611 Research Method, some mathematical papers, and/or nutrition papers to complement this major.
Bachelor of Science & Bachelor of Business conjoint degree
Bachelor of Science & Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences conjoint degree
Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science
Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Science
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.