The Bachelor of Science degree gives you the widest range of options for study in more than 20 fields of science.
The Bachelor of Science and Business allows you to follow your passion for science and at the same time gain vitally important business knowledge to expand your career options.
The Bachelor of Science (International) offers flexibility and choice with more than 20 fields of study combined with a study exchange to an overseas partner institution.
The Advanced Science degree is designed to challenge talented students, providing an early window into the thinking and practice of research.
The Advanced Mathematics degree is aimed at high achieving students who wish to specialise in mathematics as a basis for the increasing range of quantitative careers in areas such as finance, environmental modelling and research.
The Bachelor of Aviation (Flying) educates and trains pilots to the highest commercial standards.
Aviation Management is for students seeking a career in flight operations on or off the flight deck.
Biotechnology is for is for bright, enterprising students who want to change the world we live in.
Environmental Science is a broad and holistic degree, exploring human activity and our delicate balance with nature. *Note: program under review
Materials Science and Engineering offers unlimited possibilities for innovation and development in areas such as environmentally friendly and economical metals, and biomedical materials.
Medical Science underpins the practice of medicine. If you're looking for a career in biomedical research, medicine or paramedics, this could be the degree for you.
Medicinal Chemistry is an exciting, rapidly-expanding area within the broad discipline of chemistry involving the development of new pharmaceutical agents.
Nanotechnology involves the science, application and engineering of nano-systems. UNSW is a pioneer of nanotechnology and this degree was one of the world’s first dedicated degrees.
The Optometry/Science degree provides students with an understanding of the theoretical discipline of vision science and the clinical art of primary eye care.
The Psychological Science degree allows you to combine your interest in psychology with other interest areas, and complete an accredited psychology degree in three years.
The Bachelor of Psychology studies the human mind, its development, how it perceives the world and more.
The UNSW Preparation Program 17-20 is one of the alternative pathways for undergraduate study at UNSW for those under 21 years of age.
This is an enabling program for adults aged 21 and over who either do not possess formal qualifications or whose academic qualifications do not satisfy the minimum entry requirements for admission to university study.
The Diploma of Professional Practice is a career-focused qualification, designed to give you an edge in the employment market. It’s studied concurrently with your degree, over 1 year.
This degree is ideal for students seeking a liberal education that accommodates an interest in both science and arts, such as science and languages, music, political science or other areas of interest.
This degree enables students to complete a major sequence from those available in Advanced Science while studying for a specialist music degree involving instrumental performance and/or composition.
This degree will appeal to students wanting a strong, focused and highly regarded business course to complement a program of study in natural or physical sciences or mathematics.
This four-year dual degree requires the completion of a BSc with a major in science or mathematics, as well as a major sequence in education consisting of educational theory and teaching methods.
This dual degree program will appeal to students wanting to combine a professionally accredited 4-year engineering program with their science or mathematical interests.
This degree combines a law degree with the large number of majors offered within the Bachelor of Science. This degree prepares students for careers in research, technology, science, mathematics and education, or areas of management or public policy which involve the use of science or mathematics.
This degree is ideal for students seeking a liberal education that accommodates an interest in both environmental sciences and arts, such as science and languages, music, political science or other areas of interest.
This five-year concurrent degree consists of a Bachelor of Engineering and a Master of Biomedical Engineering.
This degree is for potential engineers who wish to learn the economic and social aspects of the engineering profession, and become skilled in technical management.
The concurrent Advanced Science/Arts degrees are ideal for students seeking a liberal education that accommodates an interest in both science and arts, such as science and languages, music, political science or other areas of interest.
Graduates of this 5 year full-time combined degree will be able to register as an optometrist in Australia.
This degree is designed to challenge students with an interest in critical thinking, research and innovation. The development of practical skills is taught alongside exposure to a culture of research and enquiry through early induction into the research ethos and access to research groups and facilities.
The concurrent Advanced Mathematics/Arts degree is ideal for students seeking a liberal education that accommodates an interest in either applied areas of mathematics and arts, such as science and languages, music, political science or other areas of interest.
Students develop an understanding of pure and applied areas of mathematics while being exposed to a culture of research and enquiry through early induction into the research ethos and access to research groups and facilities.