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    What is the difference between the university course chemistry and mathematics, and the course chemistry with mathsematics? Also what would be the different employability options for each ? And would it be better to get a bsc or a masters for a career ?
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    What is the difference between the university course chemistry andmathematics, and the course chemistry withmathsematics? Also what would be the different employability options for each ? And would it be better to get a bsc or a masters for a career ?
    Generally Chemistry and Maths will have a 50/50 split between the two whereas Chemistry with Maths will have a 75/25 split. What influence that will have on employability depends on what you want to do after your degree. Again, whether to go for a BSc or MSci depends on what you want to do after you graduate.
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    Thank you very much, so what could I do with a masters that I couldn't with a bsc, so like what careers ?
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    Thank you very much, so what could I do with a masters that I couldn't with a bsc, so like what careers ?
    A Masters would probably be necessary if you want to go into research or become a professional chemist/scientist. If you want to leave chemistry and do something that isn't directly related then you could probably get away with just the BSc.
 
 
 

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