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Bachelor

Bachelor of Science

  • CRICOS Code: 002153M
  • VTAC Code: 3800538271
  • International VTAC Code: 3800538273

Where will this take me?

Overview

Career outcomes

The Bachelor of Science is your first step towards a dream career in science, engineering, health or technology.

It can take you into a hospital, down a mine, behind the controls of a particle accelerator, out onto a coral reef, into an executive office… or into hundreds of other careers and fields. The choice is yours.

After graduating, you’ll have the breadth, depth and experience you need to join the workforce, or you could move on to graduate study.

For more information, read up on our Bachelor of Science majors to see which careers our students end up in.

Helping you into the workforce

There’s a reason we rank in the top 10 universities worldwide for graduate employability.* While you’re with us, we focus on helping you explore possible careers, build your professional confidence and make connections in your field.

Your opportunities include:

  • Completing an internship in a workplace for course credit
  • Learning from an industry professional in our mentoring program
  • Developing the skills you’ll need to find a job and impress employers in our free Job Ready short course
  • Making connections in one of our many career advice and employer networking sessions.

Further study: professional graduate degrees

Some of the graduate degrees you could take after completing the Bachelor of Science are:

You may be eligible for a guaranteed place in some of our graduate degrees.

After completing a Bachelor of Science, you’ll also be eligible to apply for a range of graduate degrees at other universities.

Further study: graduate research

If research is your passion, the first step after the Bachelor of Science is to complete research training via one of the Master of Science or Master of Engineering degrees, or the Master of Biomedical Science. Alternatively, you can add an honours year to your Bachelor of Science (for selected areas of study).

After that, you’ll be all set to apply for a PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) or another graduate research program.

*QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019