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- #1 #1 in Australia and #11 in the world for veterinary science
- #10 #10 in the world for anatomy and physiology
- #15 #15 in the world in life sciences
- #24 #24 in the world for geography
- #25 #25 in the world for psychology
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Whether you dream about being at the forefront of research, learning how to analyse and think critically, or want to help make the planet a better place, a degree in science will give you highly sought-after skills for a huge range of careers.
The Faculty of Science offers the following undergraduate courses:
A major is a specialisation in a chosen area of study and is designed to develop your knowledge and skills in a particular area. Subjects marked with a *indicate that the completion of additional units can lead to a program (see below).
Programs are combinations of units of study that develop expertise in a multi-disciplinary domain or professional or specialist field and includes at least one recognised major. They include some embedded major and additional units of study.
Within the Bachelor of Science, you can complete the following programs:
Within the Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Advanced, you can complete the following programs:
Not sure exactly what major or course you're interested in? Explore the study options by checking out the study area page that appeals to you:
From 2019 students need to complete the NSW Higher School Certificate (HSC) Mathematics (not General Mathematics) or equivalent interstate or IB subjects in order to meet the requirements for admission into a number of our courses, including psychology, veterinary science and science. Learn more about undergraduate academic requirements.
As a science student you’ll be learning so many interesting things in lectures, labs and tutorials. It’s good to have lectures in the morning when you’re ready to learn, and labs are a great way to spend the afternoon and you will make great friends in the process.