The course is designed to provide students with the skills and techniques necessary for solving problems associated with a broad of range of issues. The extensive range of majors available in established and emerging, generalist and specialist sciences, are all underpinned by cutting edge research. In first year students are encouraged to establish a broad science base which allows for flexibility in choosing an appropriate major or majors. The major completed will appear on the academic record and testamur. A fourth year is required for Honours.
Articulation pathways from NSW TAFE have been approved for the following majors/combined majors: Applied Physics; Biochemistry; Biodiversity/Ecology; Biotechnology/Molecular Genetics; Botany; Chemistry; Crop/Animal Sciences; Genetics; Microbiology; Physiology; Zoology.
Students articulating from an approved NSW TAFE Diploma or Advanced Diploma will be granted advanced standing - the amount of advanced standing varies depending on the major/combined major being completed.
To be eligible to be considered for a course you must:
• meet the admission requirements of the institution offering the course and
• meet the entrance requirements of the course – some courses have course prerequisites or additional selection criteria.
• Our institutions may also take other criteria into account when they assess your application. These may include a portfolio, interview, audition, questionnaire or a test for certain courses either instead of, or together with, the ATAR.
The University of New England (UNE) is the smart choice for students of the future. UNE combines the highest academic standards and industry-valued qualifications with flexible modes of learning.