DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (CHEMISTRY) (PhD(Chemistry))

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Doctor of Philosophy - Plan 1 (Research only)

Admission to the Doctor of Phylosophy- Plan 1  is open to students who have completed a  Master of Science degree in Chemistry, or close equivalent one with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.25 or equivalent for Plan 1.1 or a Bachelor of Science (Honours) for Plan 1.2.

Doctor of Philosophy - Plan 2
(Course Work and Research)

Admission to the Doctor of Phylosophy- Plan 2  is open to students who have completed a  Master of Science degree in Chemistry, or close equivalent one or equivalent for Plan 2.1 or a Bachelor of Science (Honours) for Plan 2.2.

Doctor of Philosophy (Chemistry) structure

Candidates for the Doctor of Phylosophy shall follow a parts-based course of study, which shall consist of totalling at least 16 or 24 course units, comprising:

  • Part One and Part Two as defined by the Schedule to the Degree

  • Completion of a Subject

Requirements
Plan 1.1

Total creadits to the value of 16 course units normally consisting only thesis. Candidates may complete a subject by passing at least 16 course units in a subject including:

  • A thesis of 16 course units;

  • At least 2 course units (not counting the credits), 1 course unit of two Scientific Writing course and 1 course unit of Seminars. 

Plan 2.1

Total creadits to the value of 16 course units normally consisting of taught courses and thesis. Candidates may complete a subject by passing at least 16 course units in a subject including:

  • A thesis of at 12 course units;

  • At least 4 course units, including where identified in the Schedule to the Degree and,  and 1 course unit fo two Scientific Writing course (not counting the credit) and any compulsory papers.

Coureses
Part One

Compulsory courses

Plan 1.1 (* not counting credits  * 1 course unit not countiing credits)

Plan 1.2 (* not counting credits  * 2 course unit not countiing credits)

Plan 2.1 (At least 1 course unit from Seminar, * not counting credits)

Plan 2.2 (At least 5 crouse units, * not counting credits)

  • CHM-601 Scientific Writing I*

  • CHM-602 Scientific Writing II*

  • CHM-681 Seminar I*

  • CHM-682 Seminar II*

  • CHM-781 Seminar I*

  • CHM-782 Seminar II*

  • At least 3 course units from Core courses

Selective courses (3 course units)

  • At least 3 crouse units from sub-section e.g. Inorganic, Organic, Analytical or Physical Chemistry.

Part Two

Plan 1.1

  • CHM-930 Thesis 16 course units

Plan 1.2

  • CHM-931 Thesis 24 course units

Plan 2.1

  • CHM-932 Thesis 12 course units

Plan 2.2

  • CHM-933 Thesis 16 course units

Plan 2.2

Total creadits to the value of 24 course units normally consisting of taught courses and thesis. Candidates may complete a subject by passing at least 24 course units in a subject including:

  • A thesis of at 16 course units;

  • At least 8 course units, including where identified in the Schedule to the Degree and,  and 1 course unit fo two Scientific Writing course (not counting the credit) and any compulsory papers.

Plan 1.2

Total creadits to the value of 24 course units normally consisting only thesis. Candidates may complete a subject by passing at least 24 course units in a subject including:

  • A thesis of 24 course units;

  • At least 3 course units (not counting the credits), 1 course unit of two Scientific Writing course and 2 course unit of Seminars.