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Chemistry

Chemistry is one of the oldest natural sciences and it is the study of matter - its properties, identification of substances that make up matter, the ways in which they combine, interact and change. The basic concepts laid down in Chemistry courses are the foundations of matter - from the atom, to elements, compounds, substances, molecules, and measuring units for matter. Chemistry courses will also build on the ionic qualities of matter, acidity or basicity, phases of matter, bonding, reaction, equilibrium and energy.

Chemistry courses usually lie within one of several subdisciplines, including neurochemistry, theoretical chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry or analytic chemistry, to name some examples. Within these fields, Chemistry courses can teach students some essential knowledge and skills toward a number of rewarding careers in Chemistry-related industries, like medical, chemical, food, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, energy, research or academic areas.

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A-Level Courses

Sussex Coast College Hastings
Campus Full time August 2017 United Kingdom Hastings

A-Levels are a prestigious qualification and one of the main routes into university in the UK. You can study up to four subjects. [+]

Best Course Studies in Chemistry 2017. A-Levels are a prestigious qualification and one of the main routes into university in the UK. You can study up to four subjects. What we can offer you We are committed to helping you make the most of your time with us and will support you with your university application. Our A-Level students have gone on to study at top universities in the UK, Europe and the United States. Our courses are delivered in a friendly and exciting way by our specialist tutors, with a wide range of A-Levels to choose from, including: Biology Business Chemistry Classical Civilisations Economics English Language English Literature Fine Art French Geography Government and Politics Graphic Design History Law Mathematics Further Mathematics Media Studies Physics Philosophy Photography Physical Education Psychology (Forensic) Science Sociology Sport Textiles Entry requirements - 5 GCSEs grades A* -C (including Mathamatics) or the equivalent from your home country - IELTS 5.5 including 5.5 for writing, or equivalent [-]

Foundation In Science (FIS)

MAHSA UNIVERSITY
Campus Full time 1 year January 2017 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

MAHSA University Foundation in Science Programme (FIS) is specially designed for SPM and O-Level school leavers to provide them with a mechanism to enter Medical or other Health Sciences degree course programs in 1 year. [+]

MAHSA University Foundation in Science Programme (FIS) is specially designed for SPM and O-Level school leavers to provide them with a mechanism to enter Medical or other Health Sciences degree course programs in 1 year. This programme aims to provide students with a broad exposure to the core science subjects of Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics using curricula that are equivalent to STPM/A-Level standard. Additional supporting subject such as Quantitative Methods, English, Information Technology, Professional Development, Psychology and Applied Medical Sciences are also provided. The FIS programme prepares students with the foundation knowledge required to discover their real interests and abilities and make an informed decision before choosing their undergraduate studies at degree course level. Medium of Instruction: English Language Mode of delivery: Lectures, Practical & Tutorials Duration: 12 months (3 semesters) Intake: JANUARY / APRIL / JULY / SEPTEMBER each year Dedicated and Qualified full time lectures / tutors who give classes even after the class hours to assist students all the way. Well-equipped science labs, I.T. lab, and library. A solid Pre-University qualification. Active learning + proven teaching methods + qualified and dedicated lecturers + guidance = Academic Excellence in MAHSA’s FIS. Extra-curricular Activities to build self confidence, self esteem and personality. Mentoring, career guidance talks and motivation talks held for the FIS students. Activities are conducted to develop strong personality among students and enrich students with sufficient knowledge, confidence and latest skills to meet the challenges of the real world. Upon completion of the programme, candidates can gain direct entry to the various degree programmes in MAHSA University, namely: Medicine Dentistry Pharmacy Physiotherapy Biomedical Sciences Medical Imaging / Radiography Environmental Health Nursing and now also: Business Engineering Entry Requirements Foundation in Science (F.I.S) Entry to Medicine, Dentistry & Pharmacy: 5B’s in Chemistry and Biology and Physics and Math or Add Math and 1 other subject. Entry to Other Courses 5 Credits in Math, 2 Science subjects and 2 other subjects. Intakes January / April / July / September Program Outline Quantitative Methods (4 Credit Hours in Semester 1) Psychology (3 Credit Hours in Semester 1) Professional Development (3 Credit Hours in Semester 1) English (3 Credit Hours in Semester 1) Information Technology (3 Credit Hours in Semester 1) Biology (8 Credit Hours in Semesters 2&3) Chemistry (8 Credit Hours in Semesters 2&3) Mathematics (8 Credit Hours in Semesters 2&3) Physics (8 Credit Hours in Semesters 2&3) Medical Physics (2 Credit Hours in Semester 3) Total Credit Hours: 50 Career Prospects Foundation in Science Students who have completed the Foundation In Science programme, can go on to pursue careers in many fields including: Medicine Dentistry Nursing Pharmacy Physiotherapy Environmental Studies Medical Laboratory Technology Biotechnology Radiography Sports Medicine Engineering Accounting Economics Actuarial Science Law Mathematics Natural Sciences Management & Business Studies [-]

Chemistry, A Level

Richard Huish College
Campus Full time August 2017 United Kingdom Taunton

If you enjoyed Chemistry at GCSE you will love this course. You will gain an appreciation of the nature and importance of modern chemical theories. [+]

Best Course Studies in Chemistry 2017. Chemistry A Level Full-time Examining Board: AQA If you enjoyed Chemistry at GCSE you will love this course. You will gain an appreciation of the nature and importance of modern chemical theories. Chemistry makes a major contribution to the needs of society. We will use a variety of teaching methods – lessons with interactive smart board, demonstrations, group work, presentations, workshops and research. The new AQA linear A Level Chemistry course will be taught in 2015. This means that students will sit all of their exams at the end of the second year. Here are some of the topics we cover: Atomic structure Moles, bonding and periodicity Organic Chemistry Energy, kinetics Thermodynamics and much more. Chemistry is the solid platform for careers in medicine or industry and is essential for veterinary science and medicine. I am very pleased that I have taken this course. As a fan of all sciences I can say that this is one of my favourites and that it will help me out greatly for medicine. A Level Chemistry student To do this course you need the following: Standard college entry requirements: 5 GCSEs at grade C or above, including Maths and English Language [-]

Advanced Water Systems Operations and Management

Fleming College
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Canada Lindsay

The operation and management of water and wastewater treatment systems to safeguard against water-borne diseases, and ensure a healthy environment in an efficient and sustainable manner are paramount in both public and private sector industries. [+]

The operation and management of water and wastewater treatment systems to safeguard against water-borne diseases, and ensure a healthy environment in an efficient and sustainable manner are paramount in both public and private sector industries. The provision of potable water and the effective treatment of the municipal and industrial wastewater streams are growing fields in the environmental sector. The Ontario government has passed into law rigorous training requirements for water and wastewater treatment operators, in response to recommendations made in the Walkerton Commission of Inquiry reports. Under the Safe Water Drinking Act, operators require training and certification to run these systems safely. This one-year Graduate Certificate program in Advanced Water Systems Operations and Management will provide you with: The opportunity to do real, hands-on manipulation of equipment and data collection, learning about water systems operation in our labs and wet-work facilities. Faculty expertise to guide you in understanding government regulations on the treatment of water and wastewater in this highly regulated and changing industry. The knowledge needed to pass the Ministry of Environment Licensing and Certification exams for Water and Wastewater Operators. Project management skills, essential to your success in this field. Critical thinking and troubleshooting skills required to respond to emergency or non-routine situations as an operator or supervisor in this challenging field. Health and Safety knowledge and awareness training to assist graduates in a safe working career and progression into management roles. The knowledge and practical expertise to assist and lead organizations and government agencies in the provision of drinking water and the treatment of wastewater. Co-op Experience You will work for up to 16 weeks in a facility or industrial setting, applying your learning under the guidance of a mentor, during this paid, co-op experience. Please note: students pay tuition and fees for two semesters of study, plus a co-op fee of approximately $521.00 (to cover administrative fees related to the co-op). Students who start the program in September participate in their co-op during the late April to mid-August timeframe. Students who begin the program in January participate in their co-op from approximately the end of April until mid-August timeframe. Career Opportunities This program has been designed to be forward-thinking, incorporating industry trends, job requirements and legislation requirements, to prepare graduates for this work. Employment opportunities include work in municipalities with water and wastewater treatment systems, in water-use industries, in inspection or environmental monitoring agencies. Employment in this sector is expected to increase due to upcoming retirements, environmental factors and changes in legislation. As a graduate, you will be considered an Operator in Training and can use this program as a pathway to the Level 1 Operator. The 16-week co-op may count towards the 12 months of experience required for a Level 1 licence. With successive experience, you can progress into higher classifications of licences and subsequently into municipal management or government inspection roles. Employment opportunities are also available in industrial sectors such as mining and minerals processing, iron and steel, petroleum, power generation, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and agriculture. Northern Ontario offers growing employment opportunities, particularly for those with experience in wastewater treatment in cold climates. International work in wastewater and water treatment, particularly in countries where water and wastewater infrastructure are being developed, are other potential career options. Trends to Note The management of urban infrastructure in Ontario will face challenges as a result of urban population increases, water quality and quantity, changes in energy supply and climate changes that may lead to extreme weather events. Aging, deteriorating infrastructure, new technologies and new infrastructure design are other factors that water/wastewater facility managers and operators need to be able to anticipate and respond to appropriately. Centre for Alternative Wastewater Treatment The Centre for Alternative Wastewater Treatment (CAWT), located on-campus, is recognized internationally for its applied research, specializing in innovative and emerging wastewater treatment using low cost, high efficiency, environmentally-sound technologies. CAWT received $10.1 million in funding for applied research as of 2013. The Centre provides student learning opportunities through tours, lectures, participation in applied research lab experiments, pilot projects, field work and student-technician employment and internships. Program Format There are two, 13-week semesters, followed by the 16-week co-operative education placement. The program concludes with a series of presentations and co-op evaluations at the Graduate Field Summit. Laboratory and field work are incorporated throughout the program as are field trips to a variety of water treatment and wastewater treatment operations. Normally, course and lab work take place on-site for four days per week while one day per week is devoted to field work, site visits, and applied project work in teams. To be responsive to industry and technological change, the program is designed in a series of 10 courses (modules). This modular format provides opportunities for those employed in the field to take some of the modules that are of interest for professional development. For example, operators may be interested in increasing their knowledge and skills in areas such as project management and industrial operations. Program Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this program, graduates will be able to: Utilize a wide variety of instrumentation and standardized protocols for the collection and analysis of samples and data required in the operation of water and wastewater facilities; Collaborate with individuals and groups in testing and troubleshooting equipment at various water treatment and distribution facilities and at wastewater collection and treatment facilities; Evaluate system design and operations based on current legislation, regulations and standards affecting water and wastewater treatment plants, scope and authority of facility permits and owner/operator responsibilities; Develop risk management strategies including emergency response and disaster preparedness for water and wastewater systems; Test and monitor microbiological parameters in water and wastewater applications and propose remediation strategies to reduce/ eliminate contaminants; Assess current, innovative and emerging technologies in such areas as water conservation, alternative supply (e.g. rainwater) and zero-discharge for the provision of potable water and wastewater treatment and their possible applications within the industry; Assess the sustainability of current infrastructure in water operations, considering maintenance plans, addressing future needs, energy utilization improvements, population growth and financing of water services. Manage projects in the maintenance, renewal, and replacement of utility infrastructure using project planning and project management tools. Admission Requirements Undergraduate degree or Ontario College diploma in an environmental or related sciences or technology related field. Applicants with relevant professional experience who do not meet the admission requirements may be considered on an individual basis. [-]

Upper Carbon Footprint (madrid)

EOI Spain’s School of Industrial Organisation
Campus Full time September 2017 Spain Madrid

More and more companies and public bodies at national and international suppliers require their carbon footprint information.The carbon footprint quantifies [+]

Course in Carbon Footprint (Madrid)

More and more companies and public bodies at national and international suppliers require their carbon footprint information. The carbon footprint quantifies the amount of emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) that are released into the atmosphere over the life cycle of a product, in the development of the activity of a company.

Through the calculation of the carbon footprint comprehensively identify the sources of GHG emissions associated with different products or activities. This will allow companies:

Identify and reduce your energy costs Efficiently manage the risks associated with carbon Differentiate your product or service and access markets that require carbon footprint information on certain products. ... [-]

Study abroad - University & Professional Studies

Kilroy Norway
Campus Full time 11 - 13 weeks January 2017 USA San Diego

For strong academic students who would like to take a full-time schedule of credit-bearing courses at UC San Diego or UC San Diego [+]

Study abroad - University & Professional Studies

 

Awarding Body:

University of California - San Diego

 

For strong academic students who would like to take a full-time schedule of credit-bearing courses at UC San Diego or UC San Diego Extension while studying alongside American university students.

 

Admission Requirements

The minimum requirements to be accepted into this program are listed below. We carefully review the background and qualifications of each applicant to ensure that those admitted into the University and Professional Studies (UPS) program will have a successful experience.

 

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