(SCSL401)Science Linkage Chemistry.xml Chemistry

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CourseScience Linkage Chemistry

Annual Fees(indicative 2016)

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Madras Street Campus

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Course Content

Learn how to use and maintain various types of equipment found in a chemistry lab, including balances and the equipment used to perform titrations. You'll also learn how to perform two types of chemical analysis used to identify substances and perform experiments related to acids and bases.

Unit / Achievement Standard Number Unit Standard Title Version No NZQF Credits Level 1 Credits Level 2 Credits Level 3 Credits Level 4 Credits
26341 Perform titrimetric analyses 1 6 6
26342 Perform gravimetric analyses 1 4 4


Academic requirements

To enrol you must 16 years or over and be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, or hold a visa which allows you to be enrolled in a New Zealand secondary school. If you are currently enrolled at a high school you will need to provide Approval of Enrolment from your school Principal.

English requirements

If English is not your first language you are also required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below or credits in English rich subjects from New Zealand educational institutions. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

IELTS 5.5 Academic (with no band score lower than 5.0).  For acceptable alternatives refer to the English Proficiency Outcomes Chart.

Acceptable Alternatives Chart

Next steps

To apply for this course please complete:

  • An application form

Application documents

Study pathways

This course provides a pathway into degrees in areas such as science, applied science, health sciences, nutrition and nursing.


A wide range of employment opportunities exist in science-related fields. The practical experience gained from the course in mircobiology and chemistry can lead to employment in laboratories. Further study offers even more diverse opportunities, from nursing to working in the dairy industry, for a food producer or as a sports scientist.