Undergraduate Courses

If you are interested in studying a science or computer science based course there are a number of different paths you can take to embark on your academic journey. If you qualify for admission into our Undergraduate Courses you can choose from a number of science based degrees. These include the Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Computer Science, Bachelor of Biomedical Science, Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science and Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology.

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Bachelor of Biomedical Science

A multi-disciplinary approach is taken to examining contemporary issues in health and disease

Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology

Develop comprehensive understanding of the clinical application of exercise-based rehab

Bachelor of Computer Science

Develop a strong foundation of programming, software design, data science, mathematical and problem-solving skills

Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science

A multidisciplinary course with scientific and applied aspects of sport, exercise & health

Bachelor of Science

Providing students with the skills and techniques necessary for solving a broad range of science based problems


Science Pathways

If you don’t have the educational background for admission into a science based degree, our Science Pathways in the Bachelor of Scientific Studies may be the best option for you. Within the Science Pathways you will complete foundation units in Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics, plus a range of elective units that can later be counted towards a number of our other Bachelors degrees. The Science Pathways provide the foundation to help you successfully launch your career in science.

Computer Science and Information Technology Pathways

If you don’t have the educational background for admission into a computer science and information technology based degree, our Computer Science Pathway through the Diploma in Information Technology may be the best option for you. The Diploma is a one-year course that will provide students with a foundation in computing/IT, and the flexibility to take on more advanced and specialised topics.  The Diploma has also been designed to act as an entry and exit pathway for the Bachelor of Computer Science.

Alternatively, you can undertake the Bachelor of Scientific Studies through the Science Pathways above.

Introductory Science

We also offer single Introductory Units to help boost your academic background in the areas of chemistry, mathematics and physics.

In addition, we offer two free introductory courses:  the Chemistry Refresher Course and the Mathematics Bridging Course.


Don't forget to check UNE's range of Scholarships which are designed to help you focus on your studies rather than worry about the financial side of studying.

Postgraduate Courses


Honours Programs

Take the next step towards advanced academic research

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Postgraduate Programs

Extend or upgrade your undergraduate qualifications

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Research Programs

Focus on research that you are passionate about









Postgraduate Prospectus Booklet

Detailed information on our postgraduate opportunities and facilities.

Postgraduate Scholarships

Information on the postgraduate scholarships UNE offers.

Contact Us

Mrs Chris Sisson
Academic Manager
School of Science and Technology
Phone: +61 02 6773 4209