A Bachelor of Science opens up a world of opportunity. Whether you dream of joining the forefront of research, learning how to analyse and think critically or making the planet a better place, a Bachelor of Science will give you highly sought-after skills for a huge range of careers.
At Sydney you will be taught by dedicated scientific thinkers, including members of the Australian Academy of Science, Australian Research Council Fellows and prestigious prize winners. You will study in world-class facilities, including the multimillion-dollar Sydney Nanoscience Hub and the Charles Perkins Centre, with its focus on diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease.
With more than 40 science majors, programs and streams to choose from (everything from biology and chemistry to computer science and physics) plus a pool of shared majors from across the University and a flexible degree plan, this three-year degree allows you to find your own path. In your first year, you'll gain essential knowledge in the fundamental sciences. In second and third years you will specialise in your chosen stream with the option to take elective subjects from across the University.
You can choose your subjects from our academic schools:
- Chemistry (including Medicinal Chemistry)
- Computer Science (including Computer Science and Software Development)
- Geosciences (including Geography, Geology and Geophysics, Marine Science)
- History and Philosophy of Science
- Life and Environmental Sciences (including Agriculture, Animal Science, Biochemistry, Biology, Ecology, Environment, Food Science, Microbiology, Nutrition, Plant Production and many more)
- Mathematics and Statistics (including Financial Mathematics, Data Science and more)
- Physics (including Astronomy)
- Veterinary Science