I am deciding whether I should take Bachelor of Science (Hons) or Master of Science (Coursework) here in Australia. My research supervisor told be that if I want to pursue a PhD degree in the near future I should do BS (Hons). Out of curiosity, I looked into the course syllabus of BS (Hons) and MSc. MSc has more subjects and other nonsense subjects while BS (Hons) have only 6 subjects in a year. I am worried that if I go from BSc (Hons) to PhD I will be half-baked. My undergrad studies from another country was too easy for me (except for biochemistry). I don't even have to study for my quizzes then and I graduated top of my batch. However, I still feel like I am still not knowledgeable in chemistry.
So here are my questions:
1. Should I take Bachelor of Science (Hons) or Master of Science (Coursework) if I want to do PhD and work in the academia?
2. Is it possible to get undergraduate units in post-graduate studies just to supplement my knowledge?