After completing a three-year degree many students go on to complete an Honours degree. The Honours programs in the School of Chemical and Physical Sciences at Flinders consists of advanced course-work and a research project supervised by a member of the academic staff or perhaps even an industry-based research project.
The Honours year is a different and exciting experience for most students. As well as continuing to acquire and understand existing knowledge they are working at the coalface experiencing the joys and heartaches of discovering new scientific phenomena and exploring new theoretical explanations. They also gain experience in designing experiments to test existing theories and new hypotheses. The wider scope that this gives to a student's view of science and problem solving is invaluable.
The 2014 Honours Information Booklet is now available for students interested in honours in 2014.
Honours in 2014
Information for Honours students in the School of Chemical and Physical Sciences.
- Summary of Honours schedule
- Rules for writing up an Honours thesis
- Occupational Health & Safety
- Electrical Safety Induction
- 2014 Library Presentation
- Our 2014 Honours students
The 2014 Honours Handbook has more information about Honours in the School of Chemical and Physical Sciences.