Provides high quality science and technology based studies in a wide range of areas from which students can select combinations of majors which are relevant to their interests and aspirations. The course can be structured as a suitable entry degree for a range of postgraduate, professionally based, science courses such as dietetics, medicine, pharmacy, physiotherapy and occupational therapy. Disciplines in this area include: Applied Chemistry, Aviation, Biological Science, Catchment and Land Management, Conservation Biology, Environmental & Biological Chemistry, Environmental Management, Health & Physical Education, Human Biology, Marine and Freshwater Science, Nutrition, Mathematics, Physical Sciences, Physics and Sports Science.
In addition to standard ECU admission requirements, students must have achieved a pass in one TEE Science subject or one TEE Mathematics subject or equivalent. Equivalent studies include bridging units in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
Bachelor of Science
This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
Bachelor of Science students can study unitsets in the following disciplines as part of this course:
* Applied Chemistry
* Biological Sciences
* Catchment and Land Management
* Computer Science
* Conservation Biology
* Environmental and Biological Chemistry
* Environmental Management
* Exercise and Sports Science
* Human Biology
* Marine and Freshwater Science
* Security Technology
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The Bachelor of Science award consists of 360 credit points (24 units) comprising:
Eight unit science major chosen from the list below.
Eight unit second major chosen from the list below.
Eight unit approved combination of units from within the Faculty or anywhere in the University.
Or any combination of units as approved by the Executive Dean of the Faculty.
Restrictions on the selection of units are as follows:
* no more than twelve 1000 level units can be used towards the award;
* at least four 3000 level units must be completed.
Variation to the 3000 level restriction requires approval from the course coordinator but the 1000 level restriction cannot be varied.
SCIENCE 8 UNIT MAJORS
Students choose majors from the following list in collaboration with the award coordinator. Details of the units in each major are given below:
Applied Chemistry Aviation Biological Sciences Catchment and Land Management Computer Science Conservation Biology Environmental and Biological Chemistry Environmental Management Exercise and Sports Science Human Biology Marine and Freshwater Science Mathematics Nutrition Physics Security Technology