Bachelor of Science (Atmosphere and Ocean Sciences)

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Bachelor of Science (Atmosphere and Ocean Sciences)

  • Study mode
    The Atmosphere and Ocean Sciences course is taught at the university.
  • Program rating
    In the Bachelor of Science, the University of Melbourne utilises the expertise of teachers from a broad range of backgrounds, including technology and engineering areas. The scientific thought process is just as important as the principles that are studied, and graduates have many career options open them upon graduation, including in manufacturing, construction, mining, banking and finance, health and scientific research.
  • Employability
    After completing Atmosphere and Ocean Sciences, there are career opportunities in the atmospheric and marine environment, in government roles such as with the Bureau of Meteorology or with the CSIRO, as well as in environmental management and the aerospace industry. Life science employment is growing, with good job prospects predicated for 2014-15.
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  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Science (Atmosphere and Ocean Sciences)
  • Course description
    Sample course plan
    Bachelor of Science major: Atmosphere and Ocean Sciences
    First year

    The Global Environment     
    Calculus 2     
    Food for a Healthy
    The Earth, Atmosphere and Oceans     
    Linear Algebra     
    Introduction to Climate Change

    Second year

    Weather and Climate Systems     
    Vector Calculus     
    Physics or Computer Science     
    Climate Change 2
    Atmospheric Environment Processes     
    Mathematical Modelling     
    Computer Science     
    Water for a Sustainable Planet

    Third year
    Dynamical Meteorology and Oceanography     
    Global Climates of the Past     
    Science Elective     
    Australia in the World of Wine
    Atmosphere and Ocean Interaction     
    Modern and Future Climates    
    Science Elective     
    Climate Change 3

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