Chemistry Honours Project is a year-long (3 term) research project comprised of a combination of cutting edge research, skills units and theory. Over the course of 3 terms, 48 UoC are taken and this course represents 6 UoC of research skills and development of the proposal. The research is directed by an academic or equivalent in the School of Chemistry and comprises original research. The skills are developed via online modules, during face-to-face lectures with the Honours coordinator or equivalent and by attending research Seminars delivered by research visitors to UNSW.
Other required research training, including relevant workplace health and safety inductions and additional instruction on topics including preparation of research proposals, and ethical practice, complements this course. The course is only available to students enrolled in the School of Chemistry Honours Program. The School's Honours Coordinator must approve enrolment.
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