The Medicinal and Biological Chemistry (Hons) course at the University of Nottingham content has been tailored to produce graduates with an excellent practical and theoretical knowledge of synthetic and analytical chemistry. The modules making up the course are given by members of the Schools of Chemistry and Life Sciences.
The chemical industry continues to be an important industrial sector in the UK and the emerging materials and biotechnology sectors require trained chemists who can generate the new materials, products and knowledge that are needed in these areas.
In addition to equipping you with theoretical and practical skills in chemistry, a degree in chemistry from Nottingham also demonstrates that you can think logically and critically, solve complex problems and manage your time effectively. Consequently, our graduates may also be employed in professions including those in finance, education, marketing, and the media.
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Accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
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A levels: AAB-ABB, including chemistry at grade A. Typical offers will vary depending on the A level subjects offered in addition to chemistry.
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