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Advanced Coursework

A Bachelor of Advanced Studies Coursework in Science is an additional year of intensive study that high achieving students may undertake after completing an undergraduate degree. The degree complements your prior studies and deepens your expertise in your chosen field, increasing your graduate employability or enabling you to pursue further research.

About Advanced Studies Coursework in Science

Undertaking this Science option will extend your knowledge and critical thinking skills through challenging coursework and a 4000-level project: an opportunity to experience work outside the classroom by collaborating on a substantial real-world project in a professional, community or entrepreneurial setting.

This coursework year will equip you with the skills and experience to follow your career aspirations and develop networks beyond the classroom.

Our coursework units are wide-ranging and cover everything from science communication and positive psychology to quantum nanoscience and statistical modelling. 

The variety of industry and community projects available already includes business such as Westpac, Adobe, QBE, NSW Office of Environment & Heritage and continues to expand.

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Courses that offer Advanced Studies Coursework in Science

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The course information on this website applies only to future students. Current students should refer to faculty handbooks for current or past course information.

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