Science

You can choose to focus on the wide range of fascinating specifics – Psychology, Biology, Food Science, Optometry, Veterinary Science or Pharmacy – or choose a broad Science degree and try your hand at studying the lot. The learning environment is always varied, but you will always be exploring the practical in an actual laboratory, alongside the theory. Science is the way of the future, and is applicable in so many diverse ways – whether this be a career in research, designing the next iPad, or making a lasting impact on our climate – a degree in Science is never limiting.

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Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Science

University of Melbourne

In the first year of the Bachelor of Science, students must select subjects from at least two different areas of study within Science.

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Bachelor of Biomedicine

Bachelor of Biomedicine

University of Melbourne

Biomedicine students will engage in studies that further their understanding of the human body and determinants of disease.

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Bachelor of Oral Health

Bachelor of Oral Health

University of Melbourne

The Bachelor of Oral Health is the undergraduate degree offered by the Melbourne Dental School at the University of Melbourne. It replaced the two-year Diploma in Oral Health Therapy in 2005.

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Bachelor of Agriculture

Bachelor of Agriculture

University of Melbourne

The Bachelor of Agriculture is a three-year degree that investigates the scientific, economic and social factors in developing systems for the production of food.

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Associate Degree in Environmental Horticulture

Associate Degree in Environmental Horticulture

University of Melbourne

The Associate Degree in Environmental Horticulture provides you with the necessary skills, experience and know-how to pursue a career in the horticultural industry.

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Bachelor of Environments

Bachelor of Environments

University of Melbourne

The Bachelor of Environments presents a multidisciplinary approach to studying environmental and urban growth issues. The degree incorporates science, technology, design and social sciences to address complex issues such as climate change, resource scarcity and urban growth.

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Diploma in Mathematical Sciences

Diploma in Mathematical Sciences

University of Melbourne

The Diploma in Mathematical Sciences is a one-year Diploma which can be combined with any Bachelor degree. Within the Diploma, students will study mathematical theory and learn to think critically to solve mathematical and statistical problems.

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Bachelor of General Studies (Science)

Bachelor of General Studies (Science)

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

This degree provides a flexible way to study science, with the option to choose subjects from the wide range of science disciplines provided for study at CSU.

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Bachelor of Applied Science (Adventure Ecotourism)

Bachelor of Applied Science (Adventure Ecotourism)

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

This is the ideal degree for lovers of the outdoors, with two important specialisations. The first is in Outdoor Recreation, where students will learn leadership and conservation as well as receiving training in rock climbing, bushwalking and other ecotourism activities.

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Bachelor of Applied Science (Parks, Recreation and Heritage)

Bachelor of Applied Science (Parks, Recreation and Heritage)

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

This degree extends upon the Associate Degree in Applied Science (Parks, Recreation and Heritage). Successful completion of the Associate Degree grants entry into the Bachelor degree with all subjects credited towards it. Developed in conjunction with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, students acquire the skills to become rangers who understand the importance of conserving our natural environment.

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