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Chemistry with Molecular Modelling

The Chemistry with Molecular Modelling Junior Sophister course has a value of 60 credits, 30 in each semester, composed of the following:

  • CORE modules 40 credits  (CORE modules are compulsory). 
  • Open modules 20 credits.

Students must select a Trinity Elective in Semester 1 and may select a Trinity Elective in Semester 2. Students must read the Chemical Sciences Programme 2021/22 before completing the form and choose from one of the three scenarios (by clicking the button on the left). Submission date for the form is no later than Friday 20 August 2021.

If you have any queries please contact your course advisor Prof. Graeme Watson WATSONG@tcd.ie

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Chemistry with Molecular Modelling JS Module Choice Form

  Semester 1 Semester 2
  Core Modules
  CHU33405 Analytical and Computational Methods (5 credits) CHU33107 Organometallics and Coordination Chemistry (5 credits) 
  CHU33207 Synthetic Organic Chemistry (5 Credits)
  CHU33303 Quantum Mechanical Concepts in Physical Chemistry
(5 credits)
CHU33109 Practical in Inorganic Chemistry (5 credits) 
  CHU33409 Analytical and Computational Methods Labs/Workshop
(5 credits)
  CHU33209 Practical in Organic Chemistry (5 credits) CHU33309 Practical in Physical Chemistry (5 credits) 

Open Modules Scenario I
  Trinity Elective (5 credits) CHU33307 Solid State Materials and Modelling (5 credits)
  CHU33205 Advanced Organic Transformations (5 credits)
 

CHU33105 Chemistry of Polymers and Macromolecules (5 credits)

Open Modules Scenario II
  Trinity Elective (5 credits) CHU33307 Solid State Materials and Modelling (5 credits)
  CHU33205 Advanced Organic Transformations (5 credits)
  Trinity Elective (5 credits)
Open Modules Scenario III
 

 

Trinity Elective (5 credits)
CHU33307 Solid State Materials and  Modelling (5 credits)
 

CHU33105 Chemistry of Polymers and Macromolecules (5 credits)

  Trinity Elective (5 credits)
All data collected from this form is used strictly for the purposes of obtaining student choices. This data is only available to the staff of the discipline office and will be retained for reference purposes only.