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  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-BSC-DEG | Undergraduate

    Learn from international leaders in science

    Benefit from the guidance of teachers whose research findings are known on a global scale. Use this research to conduct case studies. Take a hands-on approach with a lab component. Specialise in biology, including genetics, genes and life processes.

    Available majors

    • Core Zone: Major in Biology
  • University of Tasmania

    A foundation in climate science with an Antarctic focus

    Developed by climate experts, this course introduces students to global climate change. Exploring the future of the Antarctic Region, you’ll build an understanding of marine science and the laws of the oceans.

  • University of New England

    UNE-DSC-DIP | Undergraduate

    Discover the basic methods, techniques, and tools of science

    Engage your curiosity about the natural world with this online science course. Build a solid and broad foundation of scientific knowledge, starting with core subjects including physics and chemistry. Focus on a specialisation such as maths or biology.

  • Open Universities Australia

    OUA-PSU-GCE | Postgraduate

    Gain confidence and credibility in your area of expertise

    Study for the skills you need to remain competitive in the workplace, without needing time away from work or family. Courses are provided by leading Australian universities and cover a huge range of topics. Supercharge your career next study term.

  • University of Notre Dame Australia

    UND-MTH-GCE | Postgraduate

    A postgraduate course in maths that improves your career prospects

    This university qualification in mathematics will suit teachers looking to add maths to their repertoire. But math problem solving skills are valued across many fields including finance and health. Upskill in maths and get ready to pursue opportunities.

  • Southern Cross University

    Study the environment to protect and manage it

    Start with earth science fundamentals, then dig deeper into ecology, ecosystem regeneration, biogeochemistry, modelling and resource management. Think about conservation and protection. Strive for a career in parks, environment, or research.

  • Griffith University

    Prepare to deal with the challenges of climate change

    Expand your professional toolkit with skills and knowledge to tackle the impacts of climate change. Think sustainably. Grasp the science to consider the solutions. Learn to adapt using policy and technical information from government reports.

  • Swinburne University of Technology

    Explore our solar system and our place in the universe

    Focus on a conceptual approach to astronomy and the 'big questions' without needing a mathematical background. Graduates find opportunities working in observatories, science centres and museums, science and astronomy education and public outreach.

  • Edith Cowan University

    Become an environmental decision-maker

    Would you like to lead an organisation towards better decisions for the environment? This course will show you how. Consider the greater context of ecosystems as you make choices based on impact and risk using management systems and auditing.