Can you imagine this conversation:
Question: What do you do?
Answer: 'I am a MASTER of NANOTECHNOLOGY'
LOL… even Sheldon would be impressed with that answer!
All joking aside, Nanotechnology is HUGE (for something so teensy)… and you can study:
- Bachelor of Nanotechnology / Bachelor of Science (4.5 years), OR
- Bachelor of Science (Honours) / Master of Nanotechnology (5 Years)
Start smaller than you can ever imagine at: latrobe.edu.au/nanotechnology (opens in new window).
RMIT also has some terrific Nanotechnology courses for you to consider:
- You can start with a Bachelor of Sciences (Applied Sciences) / (Honours) then scoot on over to conduct some neat research via Masters then a Ph.D. in a number of different fields.
- Check out the facts here. RMIT Nanotechnology
Once you have a relevant science degree under your belt, you might choose to do a Masters or Ph.D. at the research facility at Deakin.
And some BASIC Nano stuff…
Here is some basic info about nanotechnology (this link takes you to the fabulous icould website)
Confused about quals?
It CAN be confusing about the levels of Uni qualifications. Here is a simple list:
- Bachelor Degree (this means a ‘single’ degree)
- Undergraduate Degree (same thing as a Bachelors Degree)
- Double Degree – you can get a two-in-one combo deal.
- Graduate – you HAVE a Bachelors Degree
- Honours – spend extra time (usually 1.5 to 2 years) studying in a subject area you love.
- Masters – even MORE study (via research or coursework) in an area you love.
- PhD – a ‘Doctor of Philosophy’ or ‘Doctorate’ is the highest level qualification you can achieve.