Bachelor of Science (Hons) Science with Nanotechnology DT227
- Level 8
- 4 Years
- Kevin Street
- School of Physics
- College of Sciences and Health
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This 4 year programme involving the disciplines of physics and chemistry at the cutting edge of modern science is designed to provide interdisciplinary training in all aspects of the emerging Nanotechnology field. There is a wide range of careers for chemistry and physics graduates, many of them using the methodologies of physics and chemistry: technical know-how, the logical approach, problem solving skills. Physics graduates work in physics-based industries such as the critical and growing areas of medical physics, bioengineering and medical devices, and also the electronics industry, alternative energy development and telecommunications. Many chemistry graduates work in the very large Irish pharmaceuticals industry. Graduates of this degree will have the skills and knowledge of both physicists and chemists, as well as the cutting-edge and exciting fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology.
External and/or Professional DetailsProfessional Body Accreditation:Institute of Physics
Students may be required to attend classes at locations across the Institute.
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