Master of science with a specialisation in chemical and biomolecular sciences innovation in Macquarie university
The Chemical and Biomolecular Sciences Innovation Specialisation in the Master of Science is intended to equip students with specialised knowledge and skills to create and develop innovative, practical ideas in Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences and promote entrepreneurial thinking. The focus of our research and teaching is at the exciting interface between molecular science and chemistry, biology and materials. Our students gain cross-disciplinary perspectives while developing discipline specific skills in chemistry and biomolecular science.
Australian level 7 bachelor's qualification or recognised equivalent in relevant field with a substantial laboratory component, GPA of 4.75 (out of 7.00), IELTS of 6.5 overall with minimum 6.0 in each band, or equivalent, senior secondary studies equivalent to the NSW HSC, one year of Australian or comparable tertiary study in a country of qualification, IB of 18, Bachelor degree which has been accredited by the professional accounting bodies in Australia, OWA of 55-66%, Completion of WASSC/SSC with B grade average in 5 relevant academic subjects
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