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Bachelor of Science
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:
Four (4) core Science and Maths units
two (2) eight unit science majors chosen from the list below (a total of 16 units)
an approved combination of four (4) units from within the Faculty or anywhere in the University;
any combination of units as approved by the Executive Dean of the Faculty.
Restrictions on the selection of units are as follows:
- a maximum of 180 credit points at 1000 level;
- at least four 3000 level units must be completed.
Students planning on following this course with Honours or Masters should speak with their Course Coordinator to ensure they complete sufficient units in their chosen discipline.
Students should complete the following units in their first year.
|SCI1182||Case Studies in Science||15|
|SCI1125||Professional Science Essentials||15|
|Plus one of|
|Other mathematics unit|
|Plus one of the following|
|SCI1187||Form and Function in Biology||15|
|SCI1183||Origins and Evolution of Life||15|
|SCC1123||Chemistry for the Life Sciences||15|
|SCP1111||Physics of Motion||15|
|SCP1112||Waves and Electricity||15|
Students undertaking the course in Bunbury should consult the Course Coordinator about alternatives to the core units offered on that campus.
SCIENCE 8 UNIT MAJORS
Students choose two majors from the following list in collaboration with the award coordinator. Details of the units in each major are given below: