The Bachelor of Science, one of our new generation undergraduate degrees, provides a number of pathways to a wide variety of career and further study opportunities over 36 areas at the cutting edge of technology and knowledge. The course offers a comprehensive program spanning the science, technology and engineering systems areas of study and provides you with the opportunity to tailor a programme of study to your individual strengths and career goals.
A science major is a course requirement and involves a programme of study developed across first, second and third year level subjects, culminating in the major, defined as 50 points at third year level. This provides a coherent study experience and a depth of knowledge in a single science, technology or engineering systems discipline, or an interdisciplinary area.
This major facilitates an understanding of the complexities of animal systems by integrating knowledge from the biology of cells to the behaviour of whole organisms, providing graduates with skills in appropriate zoological concepts, data collection and analysis, and critical evaluation of empirical arguments.
Domestic students: Please apply via the Universities Admission Centres in your states or the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC).
International students: You can send in their queries through the education representatives in your country via http://offshore.unimelb.edu.au/OverseasReps.aspx or through the online email form: http://www.futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/int/contact/int-ugenquiry.
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