From ecology and nanotechnology to astrophysics and clinical research, a Master of Science degree will help you develop expertise in a broad range of occupations. Graduates are equipped to join industries and organisations as diverse as Research Institutes or Hospitals, Government, Mining, Engineering, Teaching, IT and Finance.
Why study the Master of Science?
- Choose from eight specialisations across different areas in science
- Mentoring from leading academics actively engaged in cutting-edge research
- Graduate career-ready and in-demand across multiple fields
- Interesting, relevant research projects and exciting industry opportunities.
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Master of Science (Chemistry)
“My biggest advice would be to always follow your interests and dare I say, passion. There's no point pursuing something that doesn't excite you or inspire you. If you think science is where you can contribute to the world, then by all means: pursue it. If it feels right, you should do it. It’s going to be your life to live.”