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Undergraduate courses

Discover what makes us different

Gain real-world experience and develop the skills and mindset to launch yourself into a career full of possibilities. Explore our undergraduate degrees and areas of interest and learn how the University of Sydney can help you graduate job-ready.

Why do an undergraduate degree at Sydney?

  • Work with industry and community leaders through internships and real-world projects and graduate ready for work.
  • Follow all your interests through our shared pool of majors and minors and gain expertise in a second field outside your primary degree.
  • Develop a global mindset and access international opportunities through student exchange.
  • Build your academic and leadership capabilities through our innovative Dalyell Scholars stream for high-achieving students.
  • Gain a competitive edge and undertake a research project with an honours year, a common pathway to a PhD.
  • Master new skills or hone your interest in our Open Learning Environment, a unique online learning tool.
  • Make the most of student life! Experience our clubs and societies, cafes and bars, live performance spaces, museums and art galleries, fully equipped gym and heritage-listed graffiti tunnel.

Find a course

If you are unsure of what you want to study, you can explore our undergraduate degrees by area of interest:

  • Architecture, design and planning – study architecture, environments or design computing.
  • Arts and social sciences – study arts, social sciences, international and global studies, languages, media and communications, politics and international relations, economics, or visual arts.
  • Business – study commerce and major in subjects like accounting, finance, human resources, international business and marketing.
  • Economics – study economics, econometrics, economic policy, environmental, agricultural and resource economics, and financial economics.
  • Education and social work – study early, primary,secondary, and health and physical education; or social work.
  • Engineering and computer science – study engineering, project management or advanced computing.
  • Law – study law combined with an arts, commerce, economics, engineering or science degree.
  • Medicine and health – study dentistry, oral health, allied health, medicine, nursing, nutrition and dietetics  or pharmacy.
  • Music – study music, composition, music education or performance.
  • Science – study agriculture, health, medical science, mathematics, science, psychology or veterinary science.

2025 Guides

2024 Guides

*The information in this document is provided as a guide only, for 2025 entry and is subject to change. Before you apply to the University, make sure you check for the most up to date information on our website.

Shared pool of majors and minors

Combine your primary major from one of the applicable degrees with another major or minor from the shared pool.

Architecture, design and planning
Arts and social sciences
Education and social work
Engineering and computer science
Medicine and health