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Chemistry Undergraduate Student Course Evaluations

The table below provides information on Undergraduate Courses^ within the School of Chemistry from CATEI Form A Question 10: Overall, I was satisfied with the quality of this course. The data shown is a four year aggregate of course results from 2012-2015. 

Course^

Overall, I was satisfied with the quality of this course*

Response Rate

CHEM1001 - Introductory Chemistry

95.9%

74.8%

CHEM1011 - Chemistry A: Atoms, Molecules and Energy

94.0%

70.6%

CHEM1021 - Chemistry B: Elements, Compounds and Life

93.1%

71.4%

CHEM1031 - Higher Chemistry A: Atoms, Molecules, and Energy

97.5%

71.4%

CHEM1041 - Higher Chemistry B: Elements, Compounds and Life

96.6%

76.1%

CHEM1051 - Higher Chemistry Medicinal A

97.5%

75.5%

CHEM1061 - Higher Chemistry Medicinal B

96.9%

73.9%

CHEM1151 - Introductory Medicinal Chemistry

97.4%

69.6%

CHEM1831 - Chemistry for Health, Exercise and Medical Science

84.7%

68.6%

CHEM2011 - Physical Chemistry: Molecules, Energy and Change

97.6%

76.7%

CHEM2021 - Organic Chemistry: Mechanisms and Biomolecules

98.1%

41.4%

CHEM2031 - Inorganic Chemistry: The Elements

98.5%

64.6%

CHEM2041 - Analytical Chemistry: Essential Methods

93.0%

47.8%

CHEM2828 - Organic and Inorganic Chemistry for Nanotechnology

100.0%

92.3%

CHEM2921 - Food Chemistry

96.8%

69.3%

CHEM3011 - Physical Chemistry: Materials, Structure and Function

95.7%

55.2%

CHEM3021 - Organic Chemistry: Strategies For Synthesis

96.1%

63.9%

CHEM3031 - Inorganic Chemistry: Transition Metals and Complexes

100.0%

41.3%

CHEM3051 - Medicinal Organic Chemistry

98.0%

56.0%

CHEM3901 - Environmental Toxicology

95.2%

43.3%

NANO1001 - Nanotechnology 1

95.3%

91.5%

^Data is not provided from (a) courses with less than 10 aggregated responses; (b) honours year courses; (c) special research courses and (d) courses where the responses may identify individual staff members as proscribed by section 27(e) of the UNSW Australia (Academic Staff) Enterprise Agreement 2015.

* Percentage of students that Strongly Agree, Agree and Mildly Agree.