The Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Advanced) combined degree offers exceptional opportunities to budding scientists who relish a challenge. From lectures to independent research and in-depth problem solving, our Advanced stream will give you the skills to embark on a rewarding career or join the forefront of scientific research.
You will be taught by dedicated scientific thinkers, including members of the Australian Academy of Science, Australian Research Council Fellows and winners of prestigious prizes. You will study in world-class facilities including the multimillion-dollar Sydney Nanoscience Hub and the Charles Perkins Centre, with its focus on diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease.
With more than 40 science majors, programs and streams to choose from (everything from biology and chemistry to behavioural sciences and physics), plus a pool of shared majors from across the University and a flexible degree plan, the four-year Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Advanced) allows you to find your own path.
In this course you will take 'advanced' units of study in science which will provide you with high-level challenges, special projects and accelerated learning.
In your first year, you"ll gain essential knowledge in the fundamental sciences with broad subjects, including mathematics, and the option to choose units outside of the sciences. In second and third years you'll specialise in your chosen area and complete an major at an 'advanced' level. Throughout the four years you'll complete a second major and get involved in cross-disciplinary, community, professional, research or entrepreneurial project work. You'll graduate armed with the skills to embark on a huge range of careers.