Faculty of Science

Faculty of Science

Units

School of Biological Sciences

School of Chemistry

School of Earth & Environmental Sciences

Degrees Offered

Bachelor of Conservation Biology

Bachelor of Conservation Biology Advanced

Bachelor of Environmental Science

Bachelor of Environmental Science Advanced

Bachelor of Marine Science

Bachelor of Marine Science Advanced

Bachelor of Marine Science Honours

Bachelor of Medical Biotechnology

Bachelor of Medical Biotechnology Advanced

Bachelor of Medicinal Chemistry

Bachelor of Medicinal Chemistry Advanced

Bachelor of Nanotechnology

Bachelor of Nanotechnology Advanced

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Science Advanced

Bachelor of Science Honours

International Bachelor of Science

Double Degrees belonging to Faculty of Science

Bachelor of Science - Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Science - Bachelor of Commerce

Double Degree belonging to the Faculty of Arts

Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies - Bachelor of Science

Double Degrees belonging to the Faculty of Creative Arts

Bachelor of Creative Arts - Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Journalism - Bachelor of Science 

Double Degree belonging to the Faculty of Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering (Faculty of Engineering majors) - Bachelor of Science

Double Degrees belonging to the Faculty of Informatics

Bachelor of Computer Science - Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Engineering (Faculty of Informatics majors) - Bachelor of Science

Double Degree belonging to the Faculty of Law

Bachelor of Science - Bachelor of Laws

OTHER INFORMATION

Fees

For tuition fee information please see the following:

Domestic -   www.uow.edu.au/student/finances/

International - www.uow.edu.au/future/international/fees/

Faculty of Science Rules

All students enrolled in Faculty of Science degrees should note that:

    - the minimum mathematics requirement for all degrees offered by the Faculty of Science is HSC Mathematics Band 4 (or equivalent); students not meeting the minimum mathematics standard are required to successfully complete MATH151 (or equivalent) usually in the first year (only candidates majoring in Human Geography or Land and Heritage Management are exempt from this rule);

    - a grade of Pass/Pass Supplementary or higher is required in a pre-requisite subject to progress to a higher level subject in disciplines within the Faculty of Science unless that pre-requisite is waived by the relevant Head of School for a particular student in special circumstances;

    - a student must complete a minimum of 32 credit points at 300-level for all degrees offered by the Faculty of Science

    - a student must have a grade of Pass (not Pass Supplementary) or higher in at least 24 credit points of 300-level core subjects which form part of a Science major; and

    - only 60 credit points of 100-level subjects may be counted towards a degree.